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Full text of "Utah directory and gazetteer for 1879-80 : containing the name and occupation of every resident in the towns and cities of Salt Lake, Utah, Weber and Davis Counties : and a very complete ist of the merchants, manufacturers, professional men and officials : together with full gazetteer information ..."

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ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT. 



Beginning with an article on Utah Territory, this work giv< 
an account of Salt Lake County, as the most important in tf 
Territory, then of its county seat, Salt Lake City, as the rno 
important in the county; the remainder of the towns of th; 
county being given according to their alphabetical arrangemer 
These are followed by an account of Utah County, as the ne: 
most important, then of its county seat, Provo, the remainder 
the towns of that county being given according to their alph 
betical arrangement. This system holds also through Weber ai 
Davis counties, these being the four of which we have given 
private as well as business directory. The business directo' 
alone, then continues with Beaver county, on page 323, and ri 
through the remainder of the Territory, each county being giv 
in its alphabetical order and each town being alphabetically 
ranged in its county, except the county seats, which alw; 
begin the county list. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Anderson Geo E & Co 
170 and 808 


Grant Wm 222 Ontario S M Co 100 


Grant H J 179'PpnrHntnn A M.- If.-i 


Ash John & Sons 34( 
Auerbach F & Bro 158 
Barratt Bros, bottom 
lines alternate pages 
Beard W T 166 


(see also x and xi) 
Grill Ph & Bros 1/5 
Guthrie& Addoms 386 
Halpin JJ 387 


Pennsylvania Fire In- 




Price W L 161 


Hammond J T 347 


Provo Mfg Co 2l> 
Provo Co-op Institu- 
tion^ 210 


Beardley M H 263 


Harris' Club Hous* 177 
iarrion P 387 


Berry Bros, front cover 
Birch J 387 


Hatch i T 202 


Quir.n, Larsen & Co... 371 
Read Waiter' P 3of> 


Bishop & Crismon 14H 

Boukufcky ^*i 175 


Helfrich E C & Co .... 336 
HeusserJake& Bros.. 164 
Hibbard, Spencer & 
Co . . 260 


Reading John 180 


Bowers W H H & Co, 159 
Boyle & Co 288 


Rocky Mom tain Cough 
Syrup 57 


Bro*n J H & Son 344 
Buckle & Son 389 


'ill E 188 


Tlogers Dr A D 2t'i> 


Holmes, Booth &Hay- 
dens 42 


-Rogers* & Rickards o87 
Salt Lake Herald 178 


Buell Manufac'ng Co, 20 
Bybea K L 369 


Hooper W J 153 


Salt Lake Tribune 182 
San Francisco Chron- 
icle, back cover 


Cardon Tho-s B 344 


Hopwood Wm 172 
Horn Silver Mining 
Co ' 3^8 


Carter Bros..! 259 


Charles Field Haviland 
& Co 46 


orton Mi E 217 


Schweitzer <fe beer 250 
Scctt G M & Co 16-> 


I'hicaaoandN W R W 302 
Chicago K I & P R R 47 
City Drug Store, Provo '217 
Clif House 290 


Hui-h W H 238 


Huyck J H & Co 147 
James David 179 
Jeremy & Co 21 


Scottish Commercial 


ScovilleH B 2i)iJ 


Cole H "W, agent 178 


Jcssen Adolph 177 


iscrace Edward 151 


Cooper F A 197 


Johnson I M 2^0 


"^ebree Howard 179 


Culmer G F 168 & 332 


Johnson Carl C 347 


Shelley & Thornton 222 
Siegel Bro* ... 17) 


Curtis Bro= 346 


Jones Wm K 52 


Cutler John C 152 


Jolin & Park 58 


Silver W J \fc 


Davis Dr Ray 290 


Kahn Bros 164 


ttmith W O Jr. 


Da 7 & Co ... 152 & 330 


Keney& Zeigler 288 
Kelly Bros, back cover 
is imball& Lawrence... 16f> 
Kirk ham R 246 


Miell John Wm l'<\' 
Southwick Edwmd "J '' 
Spanish Fork Co-op- 
erative Institution .., liiil 
Startm Thomas 219 




Deseret Mews Office 192 
Dfseret National Bank 150 
Dinwoodey Henry 163 
Dinwoodey James 175 
Driver Wm& Son 298 
Dunne Daniel . ... 156 


Kirk's Standa d Soaps 40 
Lnnge C 166 


Stevenson John C 2^ 
Stewhrt Bros <fc Co xn 
Taylor G .. ... 216 


Lehi Union Exchange 23' 
Lehi Co-op Ii't 2^0 


Dun ford Geo. bottom 
lines alternate pages 
I'uryea William. 38 


Levy S*>m 171 


Teas-dale F 356 


Little& Roundy 16U 


Territorial Enquirer... 209 


Logan U O Foundry, 
machine and wagon 
mfg Co 346 


Dwyer Jumps, back cover 
Edmunds Dr J M 157 
Empire Min'g & Mill- 
ing O 167 


Traveller C... 350 


Tuckfii-ld J W & Son.. a< 
Utuh Central II R :-;<> 
Utah Southern KK 244 
[Jttth Forwarding Co... 164 
(itah Window Glu.-s 


London Bankot Utah 
(limited) 154 




Lowe G A 178 


Ephrsim U O M 1 371 
Krb G S iii 


juridburg& Garff 342 
Mficondray & Co 37 
Manti C M 1 M70J 


Evening Dispatch 292 
Frtirbank N K & Co... : J 3 
FenncmoreJA Co #29 
Ferry D M & Co 197 
Fox E W & Co 369 


Venard G 1 A 7 


kla c on & Sell* .. . 170 


Venabl.'s Red Tag 
Tobacco 4^ 


McCornick & Co 58 
McMastersW A . 165' 


Walker Jiios & Co 14* 
'Walker Bro s i 


Mniklejohn D 246 ! 


Friedman S J ;<87| 


.VIeriitt HC& (Jo 334| 
Monheirn H 149! 


Walliu & Picknid, tt>p 
lines 
Wnidleigh H C' . ' : 8 l s 


Frisco Hanking 10 329 
Kroiseth B A M 36 


Moore, Allen & Co 1501 
Morris Robert 177 
Morris W C 169; 


Gardine- Robe't 152 
Gem City Tobacco 
Works 37 


Warner Student Lamp bU( 
Wat c on Bros 15< 


Morri^ & Evans 174! 
Mount Pleasant Z C 
M I 374i 


West Jordan C M 1 19< 


Gibbon & FCC!H C 29" ; 


Goldsbrough H.... ?f>6 


White Barnard 28< 


Goldthait J W .... 202! 


North American Insur- 
ance Co xi: 


Whittemore B F 17' 


Gould Abram, agent... 160 
Graftnberg Co ix 


Whiitier, Fuller & Co 18; 

Will in me V. IT yiM 


Ddell & Wright 87 ' 


Graham J C & Co 145 
and 176 


r )gden Junction 300|Woodhouse C C 32.' 


J.-terrnan James..., . 202 Y-une: & Marks... . 38! 



PREFACE. 



The compiler places this volume before the public without 
apology. Its extensive nature, and the limited time in which 
such a book must be completed, should atone for any errors or 
omissions which may be found in it. Every effort has Ixvn 
made to have it complete and reliable. It is the largest work of 
the kind that has yet been published for the people of Utah; 
and although it is the first Directory that has ever beea printed 
in Salt Lake City, it has been brought out within the time ap- 
pointed. The publishers gratefully acknowledge the valuable 
assistance they have received from private and official sources in 
furnishing the requisite information, and also thank their nu- 
merous patrons for the support which has enabled them to ex- 
tend this volume to its present size. 



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, KTAH DIRECTORY 

o Whrw &/dcAa/rd*? 



HE NAME AND OCCUPATION OF EVERY RESIDENT 
THE TOWNS AND CITIES OF 



EBER m DAVIS COUNTIES 



, Professional Men and Officials 
gether with 



NFORMATION, 



, HISTOpY, POPULATION, AREA, VALUA- 
RESQURCS, FACT^jFIGURES, ETC., ETC, 
O 



EDITED BY H>Lr>A. CULMER. 



CULMER & fp., PUBLISHERS, 

BY 



PRINTERS, 




the year 1879, by H. L. A. CUI.MBK in the Office of the 
ibrarian oQCongress at VVashington, D. C. 



CON T E N TS. 




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. 325 Hyde Park 348IProvidpncp 340 


Agricultural -taiistics 
Alma 


. 15 Hyrutn 34 


Si rrovo City, sketch of... 206 
5 ; Proro gtm'ral directory 208 
1 Provo I'lis. directory... 217 
)! Rail roads... 9A 


298 Invernry . .. v 37 


Alta v . 
American Fork R R.. 
Anieruttii Fork 


. 183 Iron County .... 35 


27|Jacob City . 38 


. 219 Jordan (Wet) 194'Rainfoil 1874-9 14 


Analyses of Salt La t 


5. 21 Juab County 354 Ranch 360 


.. 17iK.amas. 377 Rich County 36 s ) 


lU'aver i'ounty 


. 323 Kanab 360 Richmond . .. 34M 


Heaver City . 


. 324Kanarra. . 360 Richtield 375 




. 26 Kane County. 358 Rockville 360 




. 185 Kanosh 362'Rush Lake 381 


.''intrham Canyon C. 

RR ;.... 


Kaysville 319Salina 37ft/ 


. 28 Kelton 33' 


'Salt Lake County 4^ 
>|Salt Lake City, sketch 
II nf.... <V -.i- 




313lKingston 36( 


I'.ox Elder <'ounty 
Hrigham City 
Hullion Product 


331 Laketown 36( 


. 333 Lehi 228iSa!t Lake eity jreneial 
. 36 Levan 3571 director* 59 t.n 14A 


('ache County 
Call's Fort 


389 Lewbtoiy 34* 
. 333! Logan >". ... 340 to 34 1 / 


\ Salt Lake Citv business 
directory 149 to 179 
>> Sandv .. .. HR. 




S53lMinti 36 


Centre 


379 Mantui ^T.... . ... 337 Sanpete ('ounty 366 




Mis Marysvale 365 Santaquin 243 




383 Meadow ggglSnlnin .. .. 3.K-* 


Chester 


. 370|MeadowvilIe 366 
. 356 Mendon . 348 


Sevier County 75 


Silver 358 




347 Midway. 38& 


Silvpr Rppf 38t; 


Coalville 


377 Millard County 861 Smithfield 35o 




333 Mill f -reek 198'Snowville 338 


Cotton wood (south).... 
Cove Creek 


188 Millville 349iSocietiesm Utah 43 


802 Minerals, list < f. 35 Spanish Fork 246 
310 Minersville 340 Spring City 374 


Descret 


362 Mining Districts 41 Spring Lake Villa 253 
337 Mona 358 Springyiile ... 253 






357 Monroe 37h St. GHOPO-H 384 


' >rap*r 


190 Morgan County 363 


St. John 381 


Duncan's R-t.rnat 
K'lueati.MiHl 
Kly Mill 


359 Morgan City.... 364 


Stockton 381 


30 Moroni 372 
357 Mount P'easant 373 


Summit County 376 


Terrace ~. 339 


Kphrnim 


37Q Nephi 355 
379 New Harmony 36l 

357 N"ewton . 349 


Tooelfc County 378 


Tooele Citv 379 


Fureka 


Uintah " 309 




371 North Ogden... ... 305 


Union Fort 202 


Karmington 


311 Oak City 363 


Utah sketch of 13 




S6) Ogden, sketch of 264 


U ah Count3 r 204 


Toqutirville 
Fort Cameron 


359 Ogden gen'ral directory 
325 266 to 286 


Utah Central R H 25 
Utah &;Northern Rail- 
wa / 27 


Fort Douglas 


193 Ogden business direc- 
372 tory 289 to 298 


Fountain Green 


Utah & Pleasant Val- 
ley Railway 29 




372 Ophir 3HO 




326 Panguitcii 353 


Utah Southern R R 25 
Utah Western R'way.. 29 
Vernon 382 




365 Paradie 349 


(Jlenda'e 


359 Paragoonah . 354 


Glenwood 


375 (Park City ... 377 


Virgen City 361 


Go*hen 


226J Parley's Park 378 
34'ParowAn . 352 


Wale 375 


Governmental 


Wallsburgh 383 


Grafton ... 


359 Payson 233 


Wan^hip 378 


Grantsville . .. 


380 Pii.e Valley 385 
337 Piute County 364 


Wasntch 203 
Wasatch County 382 
Wniatch and Jordan 
Valley R R 28 






372 Pleasant Grove. 239 




299 Plymouth 338 


lleber 


382 Portage 338 


Washington County... 384 
Weber County 261 




385| Post Offices in Utah... 39 
353 Preface viii 


Hillftdalft 


Wellsviile 351 




337, Promontory 338 


Willard 339 


Horn Silver Mine 
IJuntsville... 


326 Property value 1868-78 35 
301 i 


Woodruft' 366 





Utah Directory Gracfenbcrg Advertisement. ix 




The unquestionable superiority of the GRAEFENBERG 
FAMILY MEDICINES over all others has not only been 
proved by published testimonials from all parts of the country, 
but their continued success while so many others fail is sub- 
stantial evidence that they merit the increased confidence of 
the public. 

The series contain eleven valuable Medicines; they do not 
contain any mineral drug, but are compounded from purely 
vegetable substances. 

Graefenberg Vegetable Pills, the mild- 
est and best Pill in the world - 25 cents per box. 
G raefeiiberg Marshall' s Uterine Cath- 
olicoii, an infallible remedy for all Fe- 
male Complaints - $1.50 per bottle. 
Graefenberg Health Bitters, the most 
pleasant and delightful tonic ever pre- 
pared 25 61. per package. 
Graefenberg Eye Lotion, acts like a 

charm for all diseases of the Eye - 25 6ls. per bottle. 

Graefenberg Dysentery Syrup, a cer- 
tain remedy for all diseases of the Bowels, 50 c~ts. per bottle. 
Graefenberg Children's Panacea, for 

diseases incident to childhood 50 els. per bottle. 

Graefenberg Green Mountain Oint- 
ment excels all other Salves in its cura- 
tive power - 25 cents per box. 
Graefenberg Sarsaparilla, a pure ex- 
tract; the best in use - $1.00 per bottle. 
Graefenberg Pile Remedy never fails 
to completely cure the worst forms of 
Piles ana Fistula - $1.00 per bottle. 
Graefenberg Consumptive's Balm af- 
fords great relief in all pulmonary com- 
plaints $3.00 per bottle, 
(small size) - $1.50 per bottle. 
Graefenberg Fever and Ague Rem- 
edy, a simple but powerful Medicine - .50 cents per box. 
Graefenberg Manual of Health, a com- 
plete Family Medical Book - 25 cents. 
All of the above truly valuable medicines are sold by Drug- 
gists throughout the country, and by 

IE 3 . O. ZBosr 1.210. 



x Utah Directory ScottisJi Commercial Insurance Co. 




INSURANCE COMPANY. 



HEAD OFFICE, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND 





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SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL AND 



let 






IXA.'VIID IB. 



FOR PACIFIC COAST STATES AND TERRITORIES, 



Saiisoiiie Street, 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



H. J. GRANT, 

GENERAL AGENT FOR UTAH TERRITORY, 
SALT LAKE CITY. 

CALL ON HIM BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE. 



Utah Directory Insurance Companies. xi 



Incorporated 1794:. 
INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF 

NORTH AMERICA, 

OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. 



85 Years Successful Business Experience! 

The Prompt Payment of over Forty-Six Million Dollars 

Losses. 

A Reputation for Honorable Dealing Unsurpassed ! 
And Cash Assets exceeding Six and a Half Million 

Dollars ! 
The Largest Net Surplus of any Similar Institution in 

America! 



The Oldest Fire and Marine Insurance Company in the World. 

H. J. GRANT, Agent, SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. 




OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

A. ID. 



CasI Assets, January 1st, 1819, - - $1835,238.04 
Hut Surplus over all Liabilities, o^-SiU. $670,212,88 



THE "OLD PENNSYLVANIA FIRE" is one of the 

very staunchest and best of Fire Insurance Companies doing 
an Agency business; always ready to meet every obligation 
in the right spirit; an honorable record of over FIFTY-FOUR 
YEARS. 

H. J. GRANT, Agent, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 



xii Utah Directory Stewart's Celebrated Brushes. 



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CELEBRATED BRUSHES. 



Every Brush, warrant- 
ed to give entire satis- 



faction? and to work well 
until worn out. 

Your orders solicited, which 
will have prompt attention. 
Very respectfully, 
STEWART BROS. & CO. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Utah Territory. I 



UTAH TERRITORY. 



The Territory of Utah is situated between 37^ and 42/ North 
latitude and 109 and ii45^ West Greenwich longitude, being 
about 345 miles in length by 270 in width. On the North East 
corner, Wyoming cuts into the otherwise square outlines of the 
Territory taking therefrom a district of 7,400 square miles. This 
leaves to Utah an area of 85,730 square miles or 54,881,200 acres. 
Of this area, many thousands of square miles are rendered ut- 
terly sterile and useless by reason of vast tracts of desert and vol- 
canic lands and precipitous mountains. At the close of 1878, 
there had been surveyed of public lands, agricultural, timber, coal 
and other mineral, nearly 8,500,000 acres. 

The Territory is divided mainly by the Wasatch Mountains 
which, however, are not unbroken by other ranges. The heights 
of these ranges culminate, the Uintah at Gilbert's Peak which has 
an altitude of 13,687 feet, and the Wasatch at Mount Nebo, 11,- 
992 feet and Mount Baldy, 1 1,730 feet, above he sea level. To 
the East of the Wasatch, the waters flow, directly or indirectly, 
into Green River, thence to the Colorado and the Pacific Ocean; 
but on the West is the Great Basin, the waters of which have no 
outlet to the sea. In the Southern part of this basin, the rivers, 
on reaching their lowest levels, form pools of no great extent 
and sink into the earth amid the deserts. But at a higher lati- 
tude, the streams flow into the large fresh water body known as 
Utah Lake and thence to the Great Salt Lake, or else flow by 
circuitous courses to the latter lake itself. 

The contour of the Territory is extremely varied, embracing 
mountain ranges of Alpine grandeur; beautiful and productive 
valleys; great lonesome deserts, parched and fruitless as the Sa- 
hara; and wonderful chasms cut thousands of feet in depth by 
little streams that thread through vast table lands. Such varied 
outlines create a strange but magnificent field for the wondering 
artist; and more than one landscape painter of note has found 
them worthy of his pencil. 



The Leading Boot, Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, S. L. City 



Utah Directory Utah Territory. 



The settled portion of Utah is mainly found in the chain of 
fruitful valleys that mark the Western slope of the Wasatch and 
Uintah Mountains; but these links of* arable land can by no 
means be considered the only habitable portions of the Territory. 
One of the most fruitful districts in the mountains is to be found 
in the Wasatch County Indian Reservation, while spacious tracts 
of farming country exist in the South Eastern part of the Terri- 
ritory. The Eastward flanks of these ranges are, however, nota- 
ble for their immense timber lands. These tracts consist of a 
belt of pine, cedar and aspen, averaging about 45 miles in width 
and extending with no particular interruption from one extrem- 
ity of Utah to the other. The belt culminates in density and ex- 
tent at the points where the Wasatch Range passes through Se- 
vier, Piute and Iron Counties in the South and Morgan, Cache 
and Rich Counties in the North. An immense tract of timber 
land covers, also, the Uintah Range in Wasatch and Summit 
Counties : and in the comparatively unknown South Eastern por- 
tion of the Territory, extending over a vast area; is a magnificent 
range of pine and cedar in its virgin state, untouched. 

The climate of Wtah is naturally dry; but there has been a per- 
ceptible increase between the rainfall of the last ten years and 
that of earlier periods. It is generally supposed that the in- 
crease continues, but the following meteorogical data scarcely 
bear out that theory: 

INCHES OF RAINFALL 18/4-9 COMPARED. 



MONTH 


1874 


1875 


1876 


1877 


1878 


1879 


January 


1.04 


3.05 


1.23 


.87 


1 07 


1 87 




.99 


.79 


1.52 


.38 


3 49 


71 


March 


2.59 


2.81 


4.00 


2.93 


2 54 


67 




.90 


1.50 


2.09 


2.14 


2 (53 


3 26 


May 


2.84 


2.91 


4.30 


3.49 


2 50 




Tun^ . . 


.74 


.90 


.09 


.80 


35 




July 


2.42 


1.01 


.83 


.02 


1 08 




August 


1.63 


.25 


.92 


.28 


81 




September 
October 


.20 
1.74 


1.22 
1.36 


.42 
3.27 


.90 
2.41 


3.15 
1 39 




November 
December 


2.16 
.73 


5.81 
2.03 


.81 
1.80 


1.02 
1.11 


.63 
.11 




Totals, 


17.98 


23 64 


21.28 


16 35 


19.75 





Barratt Bros, FDENITURE, Salt Lake City Send for Price List 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin & Pickard's 



Utah Directory Utah Territory. 



It is in the agricultural, mineral and timber lands that Utah 
finds her natural resources, entirely. 

The Bureau of Statistics that was once active in collating in- 
formation concerning some of the products of Utah has now, we 
are sorry to say, ceased to exist; and it is only possible to judge 
of the extent and value of these products from the report pub- 
lished by the Legislature in 1876, which contained figures for 
1875 and represented the latest work of that Bureau. From this 
.source, the following is collated as the productions of the entire 
Territory: 

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 



ARTICLE. 


ACRES. 


BUSHELS, 


YIELD PER 
ACRE. 


VALUE, 


County Raising 
Greatest Quantity. 


Wheat 


72,020 
13,847 
19,706 
447 
16,452 
11 
1,701 
127 
10,306 
1,433 
125 
200 
1,432 
81,788 
3,587 
113 
5 
3,935 
128 
2,687 
259 
305 
62 
544 
6*1 


1,408,257 
359,527 
581,849 
8,987 
317,253 
243 
30,801 
3,176 
1,306,957 
287,712 
49,501 lb*. 
713 tons. 
103,164 gals 
112,529 tons. 
13,189 tons. 
31,075 Ibs. 
1,250 Ibs. 
358,227 
10,560 
330,535 
43,585 
44,160 
4,661 
3,409. 200 Ibs. 
51,851 


20 bush. 
25 " 
30 " 
20 " 
20 " 
22 " 
18 " 
25 ' 
130 " 
125 " 
396 Ibs. 
3% tons. 
72 gals. 
1% tons. 
3% tons. 
275 Ibs. 
250 Ibs. 
90 bush. 
75 
120 
165 
145 
75 
6,260 ' 
76 


$1,418,783 
288,973 
466 629 
8,987 
317,253 
255 
30,851 
f2,230 
531,600 
139,606 
12,697 
17 610 
103,164 
905,746 
138 658 


Sanpete 
Utah 
Sanpete 
Box Elder 
Utah 
Box Elder 
Salt Lake 
Utah 
Salt Lake 
Salt Lake 
Weber 
Weber 
Utah 
Utah 
Salt Lake 
Washington 
Box Elder 
Utah 
Utah 
Salt Lake 
Utah 
Utah 
Salt Lake 
Washington 
Utah 


Barley 


Oats 
live 


j:y 
(Jorn 


Buckwheat. . . 
Peas 
Beans 
Potatoes 
Other Hoots . . 
Seeds 


Broom Corn . . 
Sugar Cane. . . 
Meadow 
Lucerne 
Cotton 
Flax 


125 

474,875 
15,090 
252,885 
50,487 
41,234 
13,805 
177.240 
140,261 


Apples 
Pears 


Peaches 
Plums . 
Apricots 
Cherries 
Grapes 


Shrubbery. . . 



Since the above facts were compiled, the nature and propor- 
tions of Utah's products have considerably changed. Wheat and 
potatoes continue to be the great staples raised and their annual 
production is rapidly increasing. Wheat, flour and potatoes arc- 
being exported in large quantities, the latter commodity having 
an excellent and deserved reputation that has caused its exporta- 



Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



California Lasso Saddles Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City- 



1 6 UtaJi Directory Utah Territory. 

tion even to England. The light sandy loam of Salt Lake and 
< )ther valleys is eminently fitted for its growth and the Utah po- 
tato, if properly cultivated, is destined to constitute the most 
prominent agricultural export of the Territory. 

The cut of hay is also rapidly increasing and, during the last 
three years, lucerne has been planted and raised in enormous 
quantities. The fruit crop has not increased to an equal degree. 
Apple trees have been affected by worms and the peaches have 
suffered by what may be termed a deterioration of species caused 
by lack of proper attention. The fact remains, notwithstanding, 
that the peaches of Utah are still the finest in America and, when 
dried, form a staple article of export. In the Southern portion 
of the Territory, grape-vines grow with remarkable productivity 
and the varieties that are raised are annually improving in qual- 
ity. Wine making has been carried on for years and it is only 
necessary to secure cheaper transportation to make this industry 
one of the material sources of Utah's prosperity. In Southern 
Utah, also, the growth of cotton is rapidly increasing and such 
semi-tropical fruits as figs, bananas and oranges are being raised. 
Among the principal resources of Utah are the vast ranges for 
stock that are to be found within its borders. In the valleys, on 
the foot hills, in the canyons, on the divides, table lands and 
plains, the pasturage and feeding grounds for stock are excel- 
lent and almost without limit. /In the mountains, the snow is 
scarcely off the ground before the bunch grass makes its appear- 
ance everywhere. It grows between clefts in the rocks, among 
the brush, shale and pebbles, and seems to find sustenance from 
the most meagre soil. On high and rolling lands, however, it 
seems to flourish best; and in such parts, the hills of Utah and 
the islands of Salt Lake are covered with countless herds and 
flocks the year round. A finer and more delicate grass grows 
amid the sage and rabbit brush of the plains and it is on this that 
the numerous flocks of sheep fatten and prosper. The rais- 
ing of sheep and wool counts largely among the successful en- 
terprises of Utah and about a million and a quarter pounds are 
annually exported while a large quantity in addition is consumed 
by the woolen mills of the Territory. 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S, L, City 



Nobby Riding Saddles and Bridles, Wallin & Piekard,S. L. City 



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In 1876, the Bureau of Statistics returned the following esti- 
mate of animals for the preceding year: 



ANIMAL STATISTICS. 





NO. HEAD. 


VALUE. 


County Having 
Grea'est Number. 


Stallions . . 


108 


$ 71,990 


Salt Lake 


Mares . . 


1,349 


155,576 


Cache 


Mules . ... 


4,727 


429,868 


Utah 


All others, not horned 


39,022 


1 606,928 


Utah 


Thoroughbred horned stock 
Graded " " .... 
All other " " 
Thoroughbred sheep 
All other sheep . . .... 


510 
3.511 
103,447 
15,620 

287,608 


48,122 
103,447 
2,630,565 
143,745 

985,638 


Kich 
Utah 
Sanpete 
Tooele 
Salt Lake 


Goats 


1,578 


5,633 


Washington 


Graded swine. .... 


1,397 


28,048 


Cache 


Common ...... 


25 143 


288,917 


Utah 



But the degree to which these herds have increased in num- 
ber and quality in the last few years is one of the most convinc- 
ing proofs of the growing importance of this Territory. Although 
horned cattle and sheep are being annually exported in great 
numbers, both alive and dressed, the proportion of increase is 
largely in excess of exports and the wealth of Utah is rapidly in- 
creasing by this means. 

In order to secure from Utah lands a successful crop, about 
two-thirds of the districts under cultivation must be irrigated 
from one to four times during the summer. Although this oper- 
ation entails much labor and expense, it places the elements un- 
der control of the farmer and the necessity gives him this ad- 
vantage over the producer in other countries: that he need not 
be afraid of either excessive moisture or blighting drought. 

In ordinary years the water supply in the agricultural districts 
is fully equal to the requirements of farming lands within its 
reach. Every canyon or mountain pass sends down its welcome 
watery tribute from the accumulated snows of winter and the 
increasing rainfall to which we have previously referred has ren- 
dered this supply, in the last decade, more abundant. These 
waters are conveyed, not without great expense, along the benches 
that overlook the farming lands and thus they are distributed, 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 

2 



Saddlery &Sadd[epy-Hardware,Jobbed fay Waflin &. Pfckard, S.L.Cfty 

1 8 Utah Directory Utah Territory. 

sometimes for many miles, to the most remote farms. In times of 
plenty, there is no difficulty about the apportionment of these 
waters, but when the snowfall has been light and the streams are 
correspondingly so, the regulation of these ditches becomes a 
matter subject to local law and is in some degree, a reason for 
the extensive, corporate limits that have been the subject of re- 
mark in Utah. 

While the geological features of Utah are mainly interesting 
on account of the wealth which the mountains are daily render- 
ing, the formation of the Territory is one of wonder and interest. 
Referring again to the great dividing range of Utah, the Wa- 
satch, we find that the Eastern flanks are formed of broad pla- 
teaus or terraces of shale and sandstone of the cretaceous and 
tertiary ages in which are found nearly all of the coal and lig- 
nite beds of Utah. These deposits are of great age and are es- 
timated to have been formed by fresh water at a period much 
earlier than the upheaval of the Wasatch range, which occasion 
must have also been contemporary with the upheaval of the 
Rocky Mountains of which it forms a part. It is estimated, on 
good authority, that the formation of the Great Basin itself is due 
to a somewhat sudden but profound sinking that must have taken 
place years ago, prior to which the Wasatch and Oquirrh ranges 
and the valleys between, were of such an elevation as would ac- 
count for the many evidences of glacial action which are every- 
where apparent among the higher valleys and clifts. The Wes- 
tern slopes of the Wasatch are very abrupt and precipitous, in- 
dicating still another sinking subordinate to, and of later date 
than that which formed the Great Basin itself. By this displace- 
ment, are revealed the crystaline rocks of the silurian, devonian 
and carboniferous periods, while the later and aqueous formations 
entirely disappear. These ancient paleozoic strata continue to 
the Westward and it is from such primordial rocks that the 
Oquirrh, Cedar and other desert ranges, far beyond the Western 
boundary of the territory, are formed. Through these strata are 
obtruded every form of the eruptive series, from the purest and 
most characteristic granites, through the porphyries, traychites, 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc.,Barratt Bros. 



Ladies Saddles iu great variety, Wallin& Pickard, Salt Lake City 

Utah Directory Utah Territory. 19 

basalts, etc., to lava itself. It is at points where these dykes force 
themselves through the country rock that precious metals are 
found; and it follows, therefore, that there is no more hope of 
finding the metals on the Eastern slopes of the Wasatch, except 
where these dykes appear, than there is of finding bituminous 
deposits on the Western. In this general outline, however, it 
must be remembered that the stratification of the mountains in 
Utah is distorted and capricious in the extreme; and as a result, 
general statements are liable to isolated exceptions of a very 
peculiar character. 

In the Southern portion of the territory, the Wasatch range is 
almost lost in a wonderful sandstone country. An enormous 
plateau, thousands of square miles in extent, sweeps the face of 
that region, cut deep by the Colorado and other rivers tributary 
to it. Where these water courses mark their way, it is amid 
giant crags of flaming red sandstone not infrequently capped by 
white freestone, whose fluted columns render the scene most re- 
markable and picturesque. 

In referring to the contour of the territory, interest centres in 
the Great Salt Lake which is one of the strange features of a 
strange region. This body of water at its greatest length and 
breadth is 75 by 50 miles, but its outlines are extremely irregular 
and no idea can be formed from the above figures as to its ex- 
tent. A careful estimate, however, places its water surface at 
2,400 square miles. It is 4,218 feet above the level of the sea. 
Its Southern and Eastern shores are dotted at short distances by 
pleasant towns that rest at the base of the mountains, and are 
thus rendered picturesque; but to the North and West of the 
lake, the shores are flat and have been overflowed at no very re- 
mote date. They are literally saline deserts where no plant can 
find subsistence, and such is true of all points where the lake has 
washed. "No vegetation can survive where its spray is dashed, 
save a miserable little salt wort and a melancholy species of 
artemisia, whose straggling and thorny limbs appear black and 
burnt on the scorching sands. Where it is most shallow, the 
water is alive with myriads of little vermin which the Boston 

Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



WiLLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BROXCHO RIDERS. 

20 Utah Directory Utah Territory. 

Society of Natural History has pronounced to be the artcmitr 
salina. Bathing in the Salt Lake is a most novel and pleasing; 
experience. It is impossible to sink, the water is so dense and 
buoyant. The constant tendency, however, is for the head to go 
under while the feet remain on the surface. But with very little 
practice, men, women and children grow accustomed to its pecu- 
liarities, and during the warm summer months resort to it in 
great numbers daily, finding in its waters a great source of ex- 
hilaration and refreshment." From a recently published table we 
reprint the following comparative analyses which may be con- 
sidered correct: 

{Continued on Page 21.) 




SAINT JOSEPH, MISSOURI, and 
BLUE RAPIDS, KANSAS. 

This Company has the most complete Mills in the West. 
Being furnished with the latest improved machinery, they are 
enabled to turn out goods which for quality, finish and dura- 
bility are unsurpassed by any Mills in America, 
Their product consists of 

Miners, Travelers, Indian and Bed Blankets, 

Carriage and Indian Robes, 

Medium and Fine Cassimere, 

Medium and Fine Flannels, 

Plain and Fancy Yarn Socks, 

Plain and Fancy Wool Yarns, 

Tweeds, Jeans, &c., &c. 

They make a specialty of BLANKETS and FLANNELS 
adapted to the Western trade, which can be seen in the stocks 
of the leading merchants in Salt Lake City, among whom are 

MESSRS. WM. JENNINGS & SONS, WALKER BROS,, 

F. AUERBACH & BRO., and Z. C. M. I. 



Mattrasses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bros*. 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Racing Goods. 



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The manufacture of salt from the water of the Great Salt Lake 
is the simplest matter. Small bays are dammed at high water, 
and in summer, when the lake has receded and evaporation taken 
place, pure salt is found several inches thick and ready for grind- 
ing. Salt for domestic and curing purposes is thus made for 
Utah trade and about 6,000 tons are annually exported from the 
Territory. Large quantities are also used in Utah for the chlor- 
idizing of ores. 

HISTORY. 

The early history of Utah is fraught with romantic interest. 
The people who first opened and settled the territory were ex- 
clusively of the sect that still predominates, the Mormons. They 
had been compelled to leave their homes in the States and, under 
the leadership of the late Brigham Young, sought a home in the 
West where they could live in peace and in accordance with 
their religion. The most faithful of the entire community mi- 
grated in a body ; but an advance party, consisting of the more 
hardy and energetic, pioneered the way and opened a road for 
the remainder. The following extract from a sketch in the New 
York Graphical November 13, 1878, is concise and reliable: 

"On the 2%d of July, 1847, two tired travelers, Orson Pratt and 
Wilford Woodruff, coming from a wild defile in the Wasatch 
mountains, first set eyes on the site of Salt Lake City. With the 
one exception of Fremont's party, there is no record that any 
white man had previously entered the region, or gazed on the 
beautiful valley of the Great Salt Lake. The following "day, the 
24th, which has been celebrated by the Mormons ever since as 
Pioneer Day, these men, Pratt and Woodruff, were joined by 
Brigham Young and his party of 146 men and three women, 
who were leading across the wild and broken interior the 
great body of Mormons who had been driven from Nauvoo. 
Before the sun had set that day, a camp had been formed on tne 
spot now occupied by the Mormon Temple, and, it having been 
decided that the City of the Saints should be here situated, pre- 
parations were at once made for its building. Broad streets were 
marked out, fences built and primitive cabins erected for shelter. 

Feathers &. Pillows assort8d,IVIirrors,Bracketsdt Pictures, Barratt Bros 



Cash paid fop Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Utah Territory. 23 

Crops, such as wheat and potatoes, were planted, and the six or 
eight hundred fugitives soon arriving, the nucleus of the present 
city was formed. 

At this time the region was a portion of the Mexican territory 
of Upper California, and it was not until 1848 that it was ac- 
quired by the United States in the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. 
Two years later Utah was organized as a territory, with Brigham 
Young as Governor. In 1849 the discovery of gold in California 
drew across the continent a great many adventurers, who found 
Salt Lake City an intermediate point of value for supplies, and 
this circumstance contributed greatly towards its early prosperity. 
This travel, however, almost ceased during later years, and the 
city was left in entire seclusion to fight its own way and build up 
its own destiny. Agriculture was then its total resource, and, on 
account of the great distance from the East, the policy was to 
make the city self-sustaining. During the long period until 1869 
and 1870, all freight was brought by cattle trains more than a 
thousand miles from the Missouri. The trip sometimes occupied 
six months, and was a weary drag over vast and arid plains and 
toilsome mountains. Meanwhile, how the people of Salt Lake 
grew and flourished is a problem that is only solved by a 
thoughtful reflection on the energy and perseverance of Western 
settlers in early times. 

A completion of the transcontinental railroads in 1869 at once 
Brought Salt Lake City into easy communication with the out- 
side world, and demonstrated that it occupied an important cen- 
tral position for supplies to the surrounding territories which had 
been organized during its existence. As a result, subordinate 
railroads have been rapidly built, extending the means of trans- 
portation in every direction." 

The triumphant result of energy and perseverance amid priva- 
tion and suffering in early times, is seen in the condition of Utah 
as it is to-day. With resources requiring laborious development; 
and with difficulties to combat that people abroad scarcely real- 
ize, the inhabitants of Utah have converted a barren waste into a 
field of plenty. Thousands of prosperous farms yield their an- 

The place for Hats, Cap* & Gloves, Ceo. DuwfortJ. 



Shoe LeatJier & Findings, W. L. Pickartf, S. L. City 

24 UtaJi Directory Utali Territory. 

nual store of grain ; as many orchards bloom and bear their lus- 
cious friuts ; the hills are alive with flocks and herds ; a busy hum 
from mill and factory is heard throughout the land; miners delve 
in the dusky earth and bring to light of day the mouldy ores 
that have lain hidden since creation; the smoke of furnaces and 
smelters indicate where the glittering metals are streaming into 
view. 

Utah is in a prosperous condition. Her people are well fed 
and contented. No privation exists. Some branches of industry 
are not so prosperous as they have been; others, by way of com- 
pensation, are more so. And the country is growing. Lands 
are being taken up and improved; new mines are being opened, 
and the permanency of many of the old ones is being estab- 
lished ; saw and grist mills are annually increasing in number 
and capacity; new industries are being commenced; old railroads 
are being lengthened and new ones proposed. All classes join in 
developing the region and all share the result. 

The merchants and business men of Utah are active and pro- 
gressive. The field is large and the people not so self supporting 
in their industries but that they require enormous imports of 
every kind. Some of the mercantile houses do an extensive bus- 
iness through this and surrounding territories and handle yearly 
a quantity of goods that is surprising. 

RAILROADS. 

There are nine lines of railroads now operating in Utah, be- 
ing the Union Pacific, Central Pacific, Utah Central, Utah South- 
ern, Utah and Northern, Wasatch and Jordan Valley, Bingham 
Canyon and Camp Floyd, Utah Western, and Utah and Pleasant 
Valley. They aggregate a total length of over 580 miles and, 
being ably conducted, contribute in no small degree towards the 
prosperity of the citizens of Utah. 

The CENTRAL PACIFIC meets the UNION PACIFIC at Ogden,thus 
completing the great transcontinental span that unites the two 
oceans. 

The first line built at the expense of the residents of the ter- 



We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 



Henry Arthur's Boot &. Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Utah Territory. 



ritory was the UTAH CENTRAL RAILROAD which was begun and 
completed in 1870, and runs along the lake shore from Ogden to 
Salt Lake City, a distance of 37 miles. From the beginning it 
has been a well paying road and its stock is held at good figures. 
Following is a table for the year 1878 of the freight received and 
forwarded to and from Salt Lake City, over this road: 



FORWARDED. 


POUNDS. 


RECEIVED. 


POUNDS, 


Mdse. 


3,318,482 


Coal, 


78,715,845 


Bullion, 


36,995,023 


Coke, - 


21,760,441 


Ore, 


9,399,730 


Charcoal, - 


6,330,000 


Wool and Hides, 


2,216,904 


Lumber, 


- 7,605,925 


Salt, 


3,408,176 


Produce, 


6,080,830 


Dried Fruit, - 


439,i8i 


Ore, 


3,240,645 


Produce, 


2,964,058 


Wool and Hides, 


37452 


Machinery, 


102,726 


Live Stock, 


210,000 


Wagons, - 


- 264,165 


Mdse., 


31,027,192 


Live Stock, 


265,300 


Wagons, 


3,063,860 


Lead, 


2,430,370 


Hay, 


218,981 


Tan Bark, 


14,000 


Machinery, 


1,569,440 


Lumber, 


- 52,257 


Building Material, 


i, 479, 6 5 3 


Fireclay and Brick, 


77,900 


Railroad Material, 


- 1,836,654 


.Copper Matte, 


- 876,000 


Bark, 


1 20,000 


Dressed Meat, 


82,032 


Lime Rock, - 


- 978,250 


Copper Ore, 


- 39,235 


Salt, - 


- 20,000 


Circus Material, 


640,000 


Lime, 


20,000 


Sundries, - 


4,512,951 


Circus Material, - 


- 640,000 






Sundries, 


1,824,350 




Total, - 


6.8,098,490 












Total, - - 


166,779,518 



(The names of the officers of this road, together with the time 
table, will be found in their advertisement.) 

The next road built in Utah was the UTAH SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD, which is really a continuation of the Utah Central. It was 
incorporated February 5, 1871, and that year was completed 12 
miles to Sandy; the following year it reached Lehi and now runs 
to York, 75 miles. This year it will be completed to its final 
terminus, 30 miles further, at Chicken Creek. A new company 
will then be organized to build what is to be called the Utah 
Southern Extension, and which will run to Frisco, a total dis- 

Geo. Dunford, the popular Boot Filter and Hatter. 

3 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



26 



Utah Directory Utah Territory. 



tance from Salt Lake City of 225 miles. The Utah Southern 
has had a very successful career and the certainty of its exten- 
sion .has created a considerable upward tendency in the value of 
its bonds. We publish below a statement of the freight for- 
warded and received at Salt Lake City, over this line in 1878 : 



FORWARDED. 


POUNDS. 


RECEIVED. 


POUNDS. 


Mdse., 


14,618,572 


Mdse, 


1,809,787 


Coal, - 


13,864,640 


Bullion, 


- 32,483,769 


Charcoal, - 


5,983,350 


Ore, 


43,231,908 


Coke, - 


21,127,511 


Rock, - 


- 13,301,224 


Lime Rock, 


15,035,180 


Lumber, 


445J95 


Lumber, 


968,782 


Iron Ore, 


- 18,361,581 


Building Material, 


836,300 


Coke, 


866,170 


Produce, 


575,993 


Machinery, 


127,363 


Machinery, 


- 733,706 


Wool and Hides, 


907,746 


Wagons, 


1,429,855 


Fireclay and Brick 


758,850 


Lime, 


523,540 


Charcoal, - 


600,000 


Fireclay and Brick, 


357,i6i 


Circus Material, 


640,000 


Salt, 


268,696 


Produce, 


4,465,552 


Ore, 


8,057,628 


Hay, - 


- 1,016,581 


Wool and Hides, 


66,946 


Railroad Material, 


1,913,910 


Live Stock, - 


ii,OOO Building Material, 


1,291,675 


Railroad Material, 


2,626,155 Lead, 


2,369,166 


Circus Material, 


640,000 


Copper Matte, 


20,000 


Sundries, 


262,685 


Ice, 


540,000 






Bark, - 


15,600 




Total, - 


87,987,700 


Dried Fruit, 


138,397 






Wood, 


4O,OOO 






Live Stock, 


232,800 






Sundries, 


- i,533,9!7 






Total, - - 


127,111,191 



The names of the officers of the Utah Southern Railroad are 
as follows: 

OFFICERS. 

JOHN SHARP, President and Superintendent. 
FERAMORZ LITTLE, Vice President. 
H. S. YOUNG, Secretary. 
LEWIS S. HILLS, Treasurer. 
JESSE W. Fox, Engineer. 
JAMES SHARP, General Freight and Passenger Agent. 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake Ciiy 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S. L, City 

Utah Directory Utah Territory. 27 



DIRECTORS. 



JOHN SHARP, Salt Lake, 
FERAMORZ LITTLE, Salt Lake, 



WM. JENNINGS, Salt Lake, 
SIDNEY DILLON, New York, 



JAY GOULD, New York. 

The remaining roads of Utah are all narrow guage, the pioneer 
line being the UTAH AND NORTHERN RAILWAY. The first rail of 
this line was laid in March, 1872, and the road was completed to 
Logan early in the following year. The Southern terminus is at 
present in Ogden and the road has now been extended in a 
Northerly direction to Market Lake, a total distance of 227 
miles. The road is well stocked with sixteen powerful engines, 
many new coaches, parlor cars for night trains, and has 200 box 
and 100 flat cars. The road is now doing a magnificent freight 
and passenger traffic with Utah, Idaho and Montana. Like the 
broad guage lines, it is under practical and intelligent manage- 
ment; and it contributes greatly towards the welfare of the in- 
habitants of Northern Utah. Following are the names of the 
officers and directors: 

OFFICERS. 

S. H. H. CLARK, President. 

JOHN SHARP, Vice President. 

J. W. GANNETT, Secretary, Treasurer and Auditor. 

GEORGE W. THATCHER, Superintendent. 

E. P. VINING, General Freight Agent. 

THOMAS L. KIMBALL, General Passenger Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 



S. H. H. CLARK, 
JOHN SHARP, 
MOSES THATCHER, 



SIDNEY DILLON, 
JOSEPH RICHARDSON, 
JAY GOULD, 



WILLIAM JENNINGS. 

The line that was next commenced now exists only in history, 
In November, 1872, the AMERICAN FORK RAILROAD was com- 
pleted 12 miles from the Utah Southern to Deer Creek, in Am- 
erican Fork Canyon. It was constructed mainly for the purpose 
of transporting ores from the mines in the upper portion of the 



Standard Goods at Geo. THmford's, Salt Lake City* 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Waflin &, Pickard, Saft Lake City. 

" 

28 Utali Directory UtaJi Territory. 



canyon, but these failing- to a great degree, and other traffic in 
the canyon being less active than was anticipated, the rails were 
torn up last year and now a wagon road only exists in their 
place. 

In January, 1873, work was begun on the WASATCH AND JOR- 
DAN VALLEY RAILROAD which was opened to Granite, in Little 
Cottonwood Canyon, on May 3, 1873. Tlie company had been, 
incorporated the previous year with a capital stock of half a 
million dollars. The road now runs from Sandy to Alta, a dis- 
tance of 17 miles. Between Wasatch and Alta, the grade is too 
heavy for the most powerful engines, being at one place nearly 
600 feet to the mile. Going- up the canyon, the cars are drawn 
by horses over this portion of the road, which is completely cov- 
ered by substantial snow sheds the entire distance. I A descend- 
ing, no motive power beyond graVitation is required to take the 
cars from one end of the line to the other. It is only necessary 
to partially remove the brakes, and the cars shoot down the in- 
cline at a break-neck pace, threading their way through the 
sinuous sheds and never stopping until they emerge to the light 
of day and have reached the valley below. The principal freight 
traffic of this road consists in the transporting of ores from the 
mines in the vicinity of Alta to the sampling works at Sandy. It 
is under the control of the following persons: 

C. W. SCOFIELD, President. 

G. M. YOUNG, Secretary and Superintendent. 

Rapidly following the establishment of this line, the BINCHAM 
CANYON AND CAMP FLOYD RAILROAD built its narrow guage road, 
but it was not until December I, 1873, that cars were running 
through to Bingham City, a distance of 1 8 miles. The road 
extends still higher, but at a heavy grade that is beyond the 
power of a locomotive, to Highland, which is as far as supplies 
can be taken or ores received. A branch of the road, two and a 
half miles in length, leaves the main line at Bear Gulch, which it 
ascends for the purpose of carrying ores from the Old Telegraph 
and other mines. The offices are at Sandy on the U. S. R. R.f 



Tiarratt Bros., Furniture & House Goods, S. Z. City 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Utah Territory. 29 



and at Salt Lake City. Following are the names of officers : 

C. W. SCOFIELD, President. 

B. W. MORGAN, Vice-President. 

J. G. KENNEDY, Treasurer. 

G. M. YOUNG, Superintendent. 

The most recently completed line in the territory is the UTAH 
WESTERN RAILWAY, which was chartered in June, 1874, and com- 
pleted to the Half-way House, a distance of 25 miles, early in the 
following year. At some time in the future it will probably be 
extended ; but such a movement will depend to some extent, up- 
on the improvement of mining matters in Tooele County. At 
present it is supported by a moderate freight traffic that continues 
throughout the year; and in the summer more particularly by 
the large bathing parties that resort daily to the lake. The road 
is now being operated by the trustees for the bondholders, fol- 
lowing being the officers' names: 

E. F. BISHOP, Bridgeport, Ct, ) T 
R. M. BASSETT, Birmingham, Ct, J J 
W. W. RITER, Salt Lake City, Manager. 

The UTAH AND PLEASANT VALLEY RAILROAD is now in course 
of construction and rapidly nearing completion. It was com- 
menced in 1876 by some residents of Springville, Utah County, 
and is to run from that city, which is on the U. S. R. R., fifty 
miles to the coalfields in Pleasant Valley, Sanpete County. It is 
a narrow guage line and is now being completed by New York 
Capitalists, whose object is to establish a permanent business of 
mining and selling coal. The line will find its essential traffic 
from the enormous -coal mines of this region but will also be 
supported by the transportation of lumber which can be got out 
at Pleasant Valley in paying quantities. The coal is of fine 
coking quality, and has already been used in large quantities by 
the people of Sanpete and adjoining counties. The officers arc 

*C. W. SCOFIELD, President, 

GEORGE Goss, Treasurer and Superintendent. 

J. F. SMITH, Chief Engineer. 

A. F. DOREMUS, Secretary. 



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U1AU blllu ML n. n. 




PIONEER LINE OF UTAH. 



On and after November 4th, 1874, 



NAME OF STATION. 


M 8 

4* 


A* 





NAME OF STATION. 


1- 


1* 


8 




TRAINS LEAVE 

Salt Lake . 


7 00 


3 40 




TKAINS LEAVE 

Ogden 


9 40 


6 20 




f Wood's Cross 


7 25 


4 08 


60 




10 31 


7 10 


1 00 




7 33 


4 16 


75 




10 52 


7 31 


1 35 




7 50 


433 


1 00 




11 04 


7 44 


1 60 




T> 


4 52 


1 35 


*Wood's Cross 


11 13 


7 53 


1 75 


ARRIVE AT 

Ogden 


900 


5 40 


2 00 


ARRIVE AT 

Salt Lake 


1140 


820 


2 00 



*Passing places. 



MIXED TKAINS 



WILL RUN DAILY [SUNDAYS EXCEFTED]. 

Leaving Salt Lake City at 8.40 a.m. and 5.05 p.m.; and Ogden at 6.50 a.m. and 3 30 p m, 
*S~ For all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to 

JAMES SHARP 
JOHN SHARP, Superintendent. General Freight and Ticket Agent. 



EDUCATIONAL. 

The population of the territory is estimated at 140,000. The 
people consist in great part of foreigners, being emigrants and 
.settlers from Great Britain and the provinces, Norway, Sweden, 
Denmark and other European countries. They are, as a rule, 
temperate, honest and industrious, and frugal in their habits. In 
matters of education, the territory has adopted a system which 
places schools under the management of territorial and county 
superintendents and district trustees. The schools are supported 
partly by taxation, partly by territorial appropriation and partly 
by tuition fees. In some parts of the territory, free schools arc- 
in existence and will be again referred to in this work at the pro- 
per time. A law passed by the legislature of 1876 provides for 
the assessment of a tax of one-fourth of one per cent, for school 



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purposes; but this rate may be increased, at the instance of dis- 
trict trustees, to any sum not exceeding three per cent, per an- 
num. In addition, the biennial appropriation of the legislature is 
$5,000 per annum for the support of the University of Deseret, 
and still larger amounts to aid the support of district schools. 
From the published report to the last legislature of Hon. John 
Taylor, Territorial Superintendent of District Schools, we take 
the following data of the territory for the year ending Novem- 
ber, 1877: 

Number of School Districts, 247 

" District Schools, - 327 

" Male Teachers, 232 

" Female " ' 238 

" .Children of School Age, - - 30,792 

" Scholars enrolled, 1 9,779 

Percentage of names enrolled, - 64 

Average daily attendance, 13,420 

Percentage of school population, actually attending school 435 

Amount paid to teachers, - $77,054 

of Building Fund raised, $30,717 

" Taxes Appropriated for Schools, - - $30,116 

Value of School Property, $323,203 

Territorial appropriation, - $20,000 

We also make extracts from said report of the following per- 
tinent paragraphs : 

"There is no class distinction in our District schools, they are 
open alike to all denominations who choose to send, and all can 
avail themselves of any advantages resulting from any appropria- 
tion for school purposes made by the Governor and Legislative 
Assembly of this Territory. We have striven 

to avoid in our public schools, as in all our public enterprises 
those religious distinctions which seem to make themselves so 
offensive to the generality of mankind; according to all men the 
same rights that we claim ourselves. Through- 

out the Territory there is an intelligent and capable product of 
our school system, in the shape of young men and women, whose 
degree of intelligence and general ability to perform the duties of 
life, will compare favorably with, and surpass the average of those 

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in any portion of our country. This statement is fully sustained 
by the report of illiteracy in the several States and Territories, 
contained in the Compendium of the Ninth Census (1870) issued 
under the direction of. the Secretary of the Interior of the United 
States, which report shows that at that time (1870) the whole 
population of the United States was 38,925,508. The number 
of people of all ages in the United States who could not read, 
was 4,528,084, and the number of all ages who could not write, 
was 17,002,264, and the per centage of illiteracy was 55.2. While 
in the Territory of Utah at the same date (1870) the whole pop- 
ulation was 86,786, the number of all ages who could not read, 
was 2,515; the number of all ages who could not write, 22,089; 
while the per centage of illiteracy, was 29.5, or a little more than 
one-half of the percentage of the United States. It is safe to 
say that the last seven years, under the different improvements 
in our system, will have greatly increased our standard of lit- 
eracy; so that were the figures attainable to-day, the showing 
would be still more in our favor." 

There are also in the larger cities of the Territory, mission 
schools of various denominations, supported partly by tuition 
fees and partly by the mission fund of the sect to which they 
belong. 

In regards to journalism, Utah supports 18 newspapers and 
periodicals ; but as some offices issue a weekly and semi-weekly 
as well as a daily, the total issue is 8 daily, 5 semi-weekly, 5 
weekly, 3 bi-weekly and 3 monthly papers; in all, 23. Some of 
these journals are well conducted and influential, conducing to 
the welfare and advancement of the populace. Each will receive 
mention at the proper point. 

In tracing these various points of interest, a query as to the 
future of Utah naturally arises. In our eyes, the outlook is 
brightening, and we view it with much hope. Active minds and 
willing hands seem ready to combine in creating an improved 
future. We expect no feverish nor sudden improvement. Violent 
oscillations in business are incidental to newly settled countries, 
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change. Experience has taught what is necessary in the devel- 
opment of our resources. A few years ago, a false estimate was 
placed on our capacity. Capital was invested freely with a con- 
fident expectation of heavy returns. Line after line of railroad 
was laid; heavy mining enterprises were inaugurated; merchants 
caught the spirit and purchased too freely. Disaster followed in 
many instances; but in its wake came a more accurate under- 
standing of the capacity and resources of the Territory. We 
know now that fortunes are not to be made quickly in every 
enterprise. It is not every hole in the ground that is a silver 
mine nor every railroad site that leads to a populous district. But 
we know equally well that capital carefully invested in this Terri- 
tory gives fair returns ; and confidence in that fact is securing for 
Utah a better footing in the business world. Railroads are again 
extending their lines, and with better chances of success ; a more 
hopeful spirit is among the merchants and they are carefully in- 
creasing their stock and their circle of trade. Business of all 
kinds is assuming its proper and legitimate sphere, and the future, 
with the blessing of Providence, is destined to bring better and 
more satisfactory results. 




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GOVERNMENTAL. 

Utah is governed by Executive, Judicial and Legislative De- 
partments. 

Following- are the United States Officers. They are appointed 
by the president of the United States and confirmed by the Sen- 
ate, holding office 4 years from date of commission : 

Governor. George W. Emery. 

Secretary. Arthur L. Thomas. 

Chief Justice, Michael Schaeffer. 

Associates. Philip H. Emerson and Jacob S, Horeman, 

District Attorney. P. T. Van Zile. 

Marshal. M. M. Shaughnessy. 

Surveyor General. Frederick Soloman. 

Register of I^and Office. John B. Neil. 

Receiver. Moses M, Bane. 

Collector of Internal Revenue. O, J. Hollister. 

The Legislative assembly is composed of a Council and House 
of Representatives and convenes at Salt Lake City ever}' two 
roars, on the second Monday of January. The Council is com- 
posed of thirteen, and the House of twenty-six, members. 

The Territorial Officers are as follows : 

Delegate to Congress. George Q. Cannon. 
Attorney General. Zerubbabel Snow. 
Auditor. William Clayton- 
Treasurer. James Jack. 
Surveyor General. Jesse W. Fox. 
Recorder of Marks and Brands. William Clayton. 
Librarian. Nephi W. Clayton. 
Superintendent of District Schools. John Taylor. 
Sealer of Weights and Measures. M. H. Peck. 

In order to give an idea of the past and present value of pro- 
perty in Utah and to exhibit its rapid growth, we append a state- 
ment of the total values of assessed property in the several 
counties of the Territory for the years 1868-1878 compared: 

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PROPERTY VALUATION. 




COUNTY. 


VALUE 1868. 


VALUE 1878. 


Salt Lake, 


$4,379,652, 


$9,218,867 


Utah, 


1,172,450, 


2,240,040 


Weber, 


503,824, 


2 ,i43,543 


Box Elder. 


390,530, 


2,038,557 


Cache, 


809,666, 


1,246,900 


Summit, 


234,378, 


885,307 


Davis, 


488,568, 


900,680 


Tooele, 


359,842, 


928,076 


Sanpete, 


348,878, 


781,283 


Washington, 


526,556, 


685,383 


Beaver, 


162,338, 


452,637 


Iron, 


231,622, 


468,750 


Morgan, 


170,000, 


429,120 


Juab, * 


208,920, 


426,503 


Kane, 


54,046, 


373,330 


Millard, 


243,770, 


345,457 


Sevier, 


000, 


35i,48o 


Wasatch, 


114,624, 


233,980 


Rich, 


134,208, 


167,090 


Piute, 


ooo, 


116,700 



Totab 



$24,433,683 



- $10,533,872, 
MINERALS OF UTAH. 

By courtesy of Prof J. L. Barfoot, we are enabled to publish 
the following list, which indicates with .what completeness the 
rare as well as the useful minerals can be found in Utah: 
Agate in varieties, Chalcopyrite, Opal in varieties, 

Amethyst, Cerargyrite, Ozocerite, varieties, 

Amphibole, varieties, Franklinite, Pyrite, 

Argentite, Galenite, Pyromorphite, 

Arsenite, Graphite, Pyrohisite, 

Aragonite, Garnet in varieties, Quartz in varieties, 

Azurite in varieties, Gypsum in varieties, Sphalerite, 

Hematite in varieties, Sal ammoniac, 



Barite, 

Biotite, 

Bornite, 

Cinnabar, 

Calcite in varieties, 

Chrysocalla, 

Cerussite, 

Cuprite, 



Halite in varieties, 

Malachite, 

Muscovite, 

Magnetite, 

Miargyrite, 

Obsidian in varieties, 

Olivine, 



Selenite, 

Sulphur in varieties, 

Stephanite, 

Stibinite, 

Utahcerite Claytoni, 

Wulfenite. 



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From the sim; source, we get statistics of the bullion product 
of the territory during the past ten years: 



869, 


$ 200,000 


1874, 


$4,000,000 


870, 


1,300,000 


1875, - 


7,000,000 


871, 


3,000,000 


1876, 


6,600,000 


872, 


2,500,000 


i877, - 


7,113,755 


873, 


3,800,000 


1878, 


6,064,613 




Total, 


$41,578,368 



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MAPS OF UTAH, 

Any of tlie following-named Maps can be had by remitting the 
price by Post-Office Money-order, or Registered letter, to 
B. A. M. FROISETH, PUBLISHER, 
P. O. Box 453, Salt Lake City, - - Utah. 

NEW SECTIONAL AND MINERAL MAP OF UTAH. Compiled from the 
latest U. S. Government Surveys and other authentic sources, exhibiting the 
Sections, Fractional Sections, Counties, Cities, Towns, Settlements, 86 MIN- 
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correct and reliable Map of the Territory published. Size 42x56 inches, Scale 
8 miles to one inch. Colored, 1878. , Pocket form $3.50, Wall Map $5.00. 

MINING MAP OF UTAH. Showing the locatijn of the following-men- 
tioned Mining Districts, over an extent of Territory 150 miles from North to 
South: American Fork, Big Cottonwood, CampFlo^d, Centreville, Church Is- 
land, Dry Lake, East Tiutic, Farmington, Hot Spring, Lake Side, Little Cot- 
tonwood, Logan, Lower, Millville, Mineral Point, Mount Nebo or Timmins, 
New Eldorado, Opbir, Osceola, Pelican Poiut, Snake Creek, Spanish Fork, 
Stockton, Tooele, Uintah, Weber, We*t Tintic, Willow Creek; compiled from 
U. S. Government Surveys and other authentic sources. Soale 4 miles to one 
inch. Colored; Pocket form $1.50. Wall Map $2.50. 

SKELETON MAP OF UTAH, including a Diagram of Great Salt Lake Val- 
ley and a plat of Salt Lake City, with portrait and autograph of Brigham 
Young. Pocket form 75 cents. 

MAP OF LITTLE COITONWOOD MINING DISTRICT AND VICINITY. 
Showing the mines which have b^en surveyed for U. S. Patent, and location of 
over 400 other mines and Tunnel Sites. Compiled from U. S. Surveys and 
other sources. Scale 400 feet to one inch; Colored. Pocket form $1.50. Sheets 
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POST OFFICES IN UTAH, 



Adairville Kane 

Adamsville Beaver 

Alma Webei 

Alpine City Utah 

Alta Salt Lake 

American Fork Utah 

Annabella Sevier 

Ashley Was itch 

Bear River Ciiy Box Eldei 

Beaver (c. h.) Beaver 

Bingham C inyon Salt Lake 

Boltonheim Pi Uth 

Brigh irn City (c. h. ) . . . . Box Elder 

Brintou Salt Lake 

Brown's Park Summit 

Burrville Sevier 

Butlerville Salt Lake 

Call's Fort Box Elder 

Cannou Tooele 

Cedar City Iron 

Cedar Valley Utah 

Centerville Davis 

Centre Tooele 

Charleston Wasatch 

Chester , Sanpete 

Clarkston Cache 

Clover Flat Pi Ute 

Coalville (c . h. ) Summit 

Corinne Box Elder 

Cove Creek Millard 

Croydon Morgan 

Cub Hill Cache 

Deseret Millard 

D^weyville Bex Elder 

Diamond Juab 

Draper Salt Lake 

Duncan's Retreat Kane 

Echo City Summit 

Eden * Webei 

Eisinore Sevier 

Ephraim Sanpete 

Eureka Juab 

Fairfield Utah 

Fair View Sanpete 

Farmington (c.h.) Davis 

Fayette Sanpete 

Fillmore City (c. h J Mil'ard 

Fountain Green Sanpete 

Fremont's Camp.. Iron 

Frisco Beaver 

Garden City Rich 

Glendale Kane 

Glenwood Sevier 

Goshen ..Utah 



Grafton Kane 

Granite < ity Salt Lake 

Grant sville Tooele 

Greenville Beaver 

Greenwich Pi UK- 

Grouse Creek. Box Elder 

Gunnison Sanpete 

Hamblin Washington 

Harrisburgh Washington 

Harrisville Weber 

Heber (c. h ) Wasatch 

Hebron Washington 

Herrimac. Salt Lake 

Hillsdale Iron 

Holden Millard 

Hornansville Utah 

Honeyville Box Elder 

Hooper Weber 

Huntsville Weber 

Hyde Park Cache 

Hyrum Cache 

Inverury Sevier 

Iron City Iron 

Jacob City Tooele 

Johnson Kane 

Joseph ... -. Seviev 

Kanns Summit 

Kanab Kane 

Kanarraville Kane 

Kanosh Millard 

Kay sville DaA'is 

Kelton Box Elder 

Kingston Pi Ute 

Koosbarem Sevier 

Lake Point Tooele 

L/aketoyn Rich 

LaSal Pi Ute 

deeds Washington 

Lehi City Utah 

Lievan Juab 

Lewiston Tooele 

Littleton Morgan 

Logan (c. h. ) Cache 

[jynne Weber 

Hand (c. h. ) Sanpete 

Vlantua Box Elder 

VEarysvale Pi Ute 

Mayfield Sanpete 

Mea dow Millard 

Meadowville Rich 

Mendon Cache 

Midway '. . . Wasatch 

Mill Creek Salt Lake 

Millville.. ...Cache 



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Minersville Beaver|St. George (c. b.) Washington 

Mona JuabjSt. John Tooele 

Monroe SevierjSalina ; Sevier 

Morgan (e. h.) Morgan Salt Creek (c. h.) Juab 

Moroni Sanpete | SALT LAO: CITY (c. h Salt Lake 

Mount Carmel Kane|Sandy Salt Lake 

Mount Pleasant. . San pete jSantaquin Utah 



Neff's Mills. Salt Lake 

New Harmony , Kane 

Newton . . Cache 



Scipio Millard 

Silver City Juab 

Silver Keef Washington 



North Ogden Weber Silver Spring Salt Lake 



Oak City Millard 

Ogden City (c. h.) Weber 

Ophir Tooele 

Orderville Kane 

Pahreah Kane 

Panguitch iron 

Paper Mill Salt Lake 

Paradise Cache 

Paragonah Iron 

Park City Summit 

Parley's Park Summit 

Parowan (c. h. ) Iron 

Payson Utah 

Peoa Summit 

Petersburgh Millard 

Peterson Morgan 

Pettyville . . Sanpete 

Pine Valley Washington 

Pinto Iron 

Plain City Weber 

Pleasant Grove Utah 

Plymouth Box EWer 

Portage..... :..Box Elder 

Promontory Box Elder 

Providence Cache 

Provo City (c. h.) Utah 

Ranch Kane 

Randolph (c. h.) Rich 

Richfield (c. h.) Sevier 

Richmond , Cache 

Rockport Summit 

Rockville Kane 

Rush Lake..., ...Tooele 



Slatersville Weber 

Smithfield Cache 

Snowville Box Elder 

South Cottonwoqd Salt Lake 

South Jordan..... Salt Lake 

Spanish Fork Utah 

Spring City Sanpete 

Spring Lake Utah 

Springville Utah 

Stockton Tooele 

Summit Iron 

Taylorsville Salt Lake 

Tebbsdale Iron 

Terrace Box Elder 

Tooele (c. h ) Tootle 

Toquerville (c. h.) Kane 

Uintah ....Weber 

Uintah Valley Wasatch 

Union Salt Lake 

Vernon Tooele 

Virgin City Kane 

Wales Sanpete 

Wallsburgh Wasatch 

Wanship..... Summit 

Washington Washington 

Wellsville Cache 

West Jordan .' Salt Lake 

Willard Box Elder 

Winsor Kane 

Woodruff Rich 

Wood's Cross Davis 

York Juab 

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MINING DISTRICTS IN UTAH. 

The officers of the Surveyor General have furnished us with 
the names of the various mining districts of Utah arranged ac- 
cording to date of organization. (The abandoned districts have 
not been included in this list.) 



No. 



DISTRICT. 



COUNTY. 



I. 


West Mountain, 


Salt Lake, 


2. 


Lincoln, 


Beaver, 


3- 


Star, 


tt 


4- 


Little Cottonwood, 


Salt Lake, 


5- 


Big Cottonwood, 





6. 


East Tintic, 


Juab, 


7- 


Camp Floyd, 


Tooele, 


8. 


American Fork, 


Utah, 


9- 


Ophir, 


Tooele, 


10. 


Lucin, 


Box Elder, 


n. 


Ohio, 


Piute, 


12. 


Uintah, 


Summit, 


13- 


Rush Valley, 


Tooele, 


14. 


Utah, 


Utah, 


IS- 


North Star, 


Beaver, 


1 6. 


San Francisco, 


n 


i/- 


Mt. Nebo, 


Juab, 


1 8. 


Hot Spring, 


Salt Lake, 


19. 


Beaver Lake, 


Beaver, 


20. 


West Tintic, 


Juab, 


21. 


Provo, 


Utah, 


22. 


Gordon, 


Millard, 


23- 


Hard Scrabble, 


Morgan, 


24. 


Iron Springs, 


Iron, 


25- 


Blue Ledge, 


Wasatch, 


26. 


Snake Creek, 


a 


27. 


Lake Side, 


Tooele > 


28. 


Santaquin, 


Juab, 


2 9 . 


Bradshaw, 


Beaver, 


30. 


Granite, 


<< 


31- 


Harrisburg, 


Washington, 


32. 


Dugway, 


Tooele, 


33- 


Grantsville, 


a 


34- 


Pinto, 


Iron. t 



The place for Hats, Cat** & Gloves, Geo. Dunford, 

5 



42 Utah Directory Holmes, Booth & Haydens 1 Advertisement. 






3iva,zvu.fa,ct-a.rers of 








t Brass, Coper, 

COPPER RIVETS 
AND BURS, 





AND LANTERNS, 
SILVER PLATED FORKS 

AND SPOONS, 

&c., &c., &c. 

No. 49 Chambers Street, 
NEW YORK. 



Cash paid fop Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Utah Territory. 43 

SOCIETIES. 

GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT, FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF 
UTAH Organized January i6th, 1872, holds its Annual Grand 
Communications at Salt Lake City, on the second Tuesday in 
November in each year. There are at present under its jurisdic- 
tion six constituent lodges, three in Salt Lake City Wasatch No. 
I, Mount Moriah No. 2, and Argenta No. 3; one in Provo 
Story No. 4; one in Corinne Corinne No. 5; and one in 
Ogden Weber No. 6. Total membership in November, 1878, 
370 Master Masons. The receipts during 1877-8 were $1,- 
207. The Grand Lodge is in a healthy and prosperous condi- 
tion, and is recognized by all the Masonic Grand Bodies in the 
United States and Europe as the supreme Masonic power for 
Ancient Craft Masonry in the Territory of Utah. Thomas Ed- 
ward Clohecy, Most Worshipful Grand Master; Christopher 
Diehl, Right Worshipful Grand Secretary, for 1878-9. 

WASATCH LODGE No. I, Salt Lake City, A. F. and A. M. 
Regular meeting, the second Friday in each month, at Masonic 
Hall, (First National Bank Building.) Membership 112. P. H. 
Lannan, W. M.; Emanuel Kahn, Secretary. 

MOUNT MORIAH LODGE No. 2, Salt Lake City, A. F. and A. 
M. Regular meeting the second Monday in each month, at 
Masonic Hall. Membership 100. William F. James, W. M.; 
Hugh Anderson, Secretary. 

ARGENTA LODGE No. 3, Salt Lake City, A. F. and A. M. 
Regular meeting the first Tuesday in each month, at Masonic 
Hall. Membership 70. George A. Black, W. M.; Harmel Pratt. 
Secretary. 

UTAH ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. I ., Salt Lake City. Regular 
convocations the first Wednesday in each month, at Masonic 
Hall. John Shaw Scott, M. E. H. P.; James Lowe, Secretary. 

UTAH COMMANDERY No. I KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, Salt Lake City. 
Regular conclaves the first Thursday in each month, at Ma- 
sonic Hall. Lemuel U. Colbath, E. C; Henry Simons, Recorder. 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. PickarJ, S. L. ait 



44 Utah Directory Utah Territory. 

STORY LODGE No. 4, Provo, Utah County, A. F. and A. M. 
Regular meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month, at 
Masonic Hall. Membership 26. Phillip H. Emerson, W. M.; 
Alonzo A. Noon, Secretary. 

CORINNE LODGE No. 5, Corinne, Box Elder County, A. F. and 
A. M. Regular meetings the first and third Thursday in each 
month, at Masonic Hall. Membership 28. Alexander Toponce, 
W. M.; Edmund P. Johnson, Secretary. 

WEBER LODGE No. 6, Ogden, Weber County, A. F. and A. M. 
Regular meetings the first and third Thursday in each month, 
at Masonic Hall. Membership, 28. William Farrell, W. M.; 
Percival J. Barratt, Secretary. 

MASONIC BOARD OF RELIEF consists of three members from 
each constituent lodge in the city; it is its object to relieve all 
needy and distressed Masons not members of lodges here; it is 
supported by a pro rata tax from every member. Charity Com- 
mittee for 1879: Samuel Kahn, Hugh Anderson, Martin K. 
Harkness, to whom all applications for Masonic charity must be 
made. The board holds its regular meetings at Masonic Hall on 
the first Sunday of each month at 1 1 o'clock a.m. President, 
1879, George A. Black; Secretary, Hugh Anderson. 

MASONIC LIBRARY Organized November I2th, 1872, for the 
benefit of the Masonic fraternity. In the summer of 1877, it 
was opened for the use of the general public. The rooms are in 
the Masonic Hall and are open daily from 9 o'clock a. m. to 9 
o'clock p.m. During the year 1878 it issued 6,387 books. In 
April, 1879, it.contained 2,910 volumes of a general character and 
422 volumes of a Masonic character. It is supported by the Ma- 
sonic bodies of Salt Lake City and the annual subscribers. Chris- 
topher Diehl, Grand Librarian. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. Officers of the Right 
Worthy Grand Lodge of Utah I. O. O. F. for the year ending, 
April, 1880. Ed. H. Murphy, M. W. G. M., Salt Lake; F. H. 
Church, R. W. D. G. M., Corinne; J. B. Goodfellow, R. W. G. 
W, Ogden; Allan T. Riley, R. W. G. S., Salt Lake; Wm. L. 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City. 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Utah Territory, 45 

Pickard, R. W. G. T., Salt Lake ; George Arbogast, R. W. G. M., 
Salt Lake; Edward Rhienstrom, R. W. G. C, Ogden; A. J, Riley, 
R. W. G. C, Salt Lake; J. A. Schubert, R. W. G. G, Corinne; 
T. G. M. Smith, R. W. G. H., Salt Lake. Meet the isth of each 
April at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

OQUIRRH No. i. Henry Cohn, C. P.; John Schwin, H.P.; Ed. 
H. Murphy, S. W.; Leopold L. Baumgarten, J. W.; W. C. 
Staines, Scribe; George Breusch, Treasurer. Meet first and third 
Tuesday of each month at rooms of encampment over G. M. 
Scott & Go's, store. 

UTAH LODGE No. I. E. L. Butterfield, N. G. ; L. L. Baum- 
garten,. V. G. ; E. R. Kneass, Secretary ; John Schwin, Treasurer, 
Meet every Thursday evening at rooms over Scott & Go's, store, 

SALT LAKE LODGE No. 2. Silas D. Bebee, N. G.; Charles P. 
Huey, V. G.; Adolphe Jessen, Secretary; Alexander Rogers, 
Treasurer. Meet every Friday evening at Odd Fellow's Hall, 
Deseret Bank Building. 

JORDAN LODGE No. 3. R. H. Wheeler, N. G. ; George H. Can- 
non V. G. ; T. G. M. Smith, Secretary ; A. H. Kelly, Treasurer. 
Meet every Monday evening at Odd Fellow's Hall, Deseret Bank 
Building. 

CORINNE LODGE No. 4. Alexander Toponce, N. G. ; John H. 
Byers, V. G.; James Cresswell, Secretary; F. H. Church, Treas- 
urer. Meets every Friday evening at Odd Fellow's Hall, Corinne. 

OGDEN LODGE No. 5. S. A. Winter, N. G.; E. S. Linty, V. G.; 

F. H. Hampton, Secretary; M. Richter, Treasurer. Meets every 
Friday evening at Odd Fellow's Hall, Ogden. 

UNION LODGE No. 6. A. B. Richardson, N. G. ; Alfred Dud- 
den, V. G.; O. E. Hill, Secretary; J. M. LangsdorfT, Treasurer. 
Meet every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellow's Hall, Ogden. 

MYRTLE LODGE No. i. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Horace Linds- 
ley, C. C.; W. L. Bretherton, V. C.; Peter Tavey, Prelate; John 

G. Evans, K. of R. and S.; H. W. Cole, M. of F.; L. W. Rivers, 

Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of al! kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 

46 Utah Directory Utah Territory 



M. of E.; J. F. Lees, M. at A. ; P. A. Miles, I. Guard. For the 
term ending, June 3Oth, 1879. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Lodge rooms over Deseret National Bank, Salt Lake City. 

SALT LAKE No. i. TEMPLE OF HONOR AND TEMPERANCE. W. 
B. Woods, W. C. T. ; James Morganson, W. V. T.; J. T. Buckle, 
W. R.; R. M. Porcher, W, D. R.; S. J. Admire, W. T.; E. L- 
Raybould, W. F. R.; H. F. Clark, W. U.; A, C. Salisbury, W. D. 
U.; Alf. Shirs, W. G. ; D. Dunne, W. S.; S. L. Carlisle, W. C. 
Meets at Odd Fellow's Hall, over Scott & Co's. store, every Fri- 
day evening at 7.30. 

SALT LAKE BLUE RIBBON TOTAL ABSTINANCE SOCIETY. RLV. 
S. P. Longstreet, President; T. C. Armstrong Sen., vice-President; 
John T. Buckle, Secretary; T. C. Armstrong Jr., Treasurer. 
Meets every Tuesday at Methodist Church parlors at 7.30 p.m. 
Public meetings. 



CHAS. FIEI,I> HAVILAND, f> g, OLIVER A . GA >EB, 

Limoges, France. ~* J GT zr ^f*~ New York. 




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of 



FRENCH CHINA, 



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49 Barclay St and 52 and 54- Park Place, 

(UPSTAIRS,) NEW YORK. 



Orders Received for Importation Direct. We hold in New 
York a full assortment of Staple and Decorated China, 

both open and in original packages. Orders are respectfully 
solicited. 



The Leading Booty Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dunford 





WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL SEE BY 
EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE 




CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R. 

IS THE GREAT COSXECTIXG LINK BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE WEST I 



Itsmnin line runs from Chicago to Council Bluffs 
and Omaha, passing through Joliet, Ottawa, La 
Salle, Geneseo, Moline, Rock Island, Davenport, 
West Liberty, Iowa City, Marengo, Brooklyn, 
Grinnell, and Des Moines, (the capilol of Iowa) 
with branches from Bureau Junction to Peoria; 
Wilton Junction to Muscatine, Washington, Fair- 
field, Eldon, Belknap, Centreville, Princeton, Tren- 
ton, Gallatin, Cameron, Leavenwortu and Atchison; 
Washington to Sigourney, Oskaloosaand Knoxville; 
Keokuk to Farmington, Bonaparte, Bentonsport, 
Independent, Eldon, Ottumwa, Eddyville, Oska- 
loosa, Pella, Monroe, and Des Moines; Des Moines, 
to Indianola and Wmterset; Atlantic to Auduuon 
and Avoca to llarlan. This is positively the only 
Railroad which owns, controls and operate* a 
through line between Chic igo and Kansas. 

This Company own and control their Sleeping Cars, 
which are inferior to none, and give you a double 
berth between Chicago and Council Bluffs, Leaven- 
worth, or Atchison for Two Dollars and Fifty Cents; 
and a section for Five Dollars, while all other lines 
charge between the same points, Three Dollars for 
a double berth, and Six Dollars for a section. 

What will please you most will be the pleasure of 
enjoying your meals, while passing over the beauti- 
ful prairies of Illinois and Iowa, in one of our mag- 
nificent Dining and Restaurant Cars that accompany 
all through Express Trains. You get an en tire meal, 
as good as is served in any first-class hotel, for 
seventy-five cents ; or you can order what you like, 
and pay for what you get. 

Appreciating the fact that a majority of the people 
prefer separate apartments for different purposes, 
(and the enormous passenger business of this line 
warranting it,) we are pleased to announce that this 
Company runs its PALACE SLEEPING CARS for 
Sleeping purposes, and its PALACE DINING CARS 
for Eating purposes. One other great fcuturo of 



our Pa!ace Cars is a SMOKING SALOON where 
you ct;a enjoy your "Havana" at all hours of the day. 

Magnificent Iron Bridges span the Mississippi and 
Missouri rivers at all points crossed by this line, and 
transfers are avoided at Council Bluffs, Leaven- 
worth and Atchison, connections being made in 
Union depots. 

THE PRINCIPAL R. R. CONNECTIONS OF THIS 
GREAT THROUGH LINE ARE AS FOLLOWS : 

AUHICAGO, with all diverging lines for the East 
and South. 

At KNGLEWOOD, with the Lake Shore & Michigan 
Southern and Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. Rds. 

At WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, with Pittsburg, Cin- 
cinnati & St. Louis R. R. 

AtL/vSALLE, with Illinois Central R. R. 

AtPEOlUA, with P., P. & J.;P.,L. & D.; I. B. & W.; 
111. Midland: and T., P. & W. Railroads. 

At ROCK ISLAND, with Western Union 11. U. and 
Rock I aland & Peoria R ailroads. 

At DAVENPORT, with the Davenport & Nortb- 
Westrrn R. R. 

At WEST LIBERTY, with the Burlington, Cedar 
Rapids & Northern il. R. 

AtGRINNELL, with Central R. R. of Iowa. 

A t DLS MOINES, with D. M. & Ft. Dodge R. R. 

At COUNCIL BLUFFS, with Union Pacific R. R. 

At OMAHA, with B. & Mo. It. R. R. (in Neb.) 

At COLU.MBUS JUNCTION, with Burlington, Cedar 
Rapids & Northern R. R. 

At OTTUMWA, with Central R. R. of Iowa; St. 
Louis, Kan. City & Northern and C..B. & Q. R. Rds. 

At KEOKUK, with Toledo, Peoria ami Warsaw; 
Wfcbash, and St. Louis, Keokuk & N.-W. R. Rds. 

At BEVERLY, with Kan. City, St. J. & C. B. R. R. 

At ATCHISON, with Atchison, Topeka <fe S:yita Fe; 
A1< hison <fe Neb. and Con. Er. Union Pnoilielf. Rds. 

At LL;AVENWOI:TU, with K. P. and K. Con. 11. lids. 

PALACE CARS are run throiieh to PEORIA, DES MOIXES, COUNCIL KLUFFS, 
ATCMISON iMid JLEAVENWOltTMs 

Tickets via this Line, known as the " Great Rock Island Route," are sold by all 
Ticket Agents in the United States and Canada. 

For information not obtainable at your home ticket office, address, 
A.. KIMBA.LT., E. ST. JOHN, 

Gen'l Superintendent. Gen'l Tkt. uud Pass'gr Act.. 

Chicago, III 



Utah Directory Vcnablcs Tobacco. 



ASK FOR 

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EOJIIIFSE, 



OIR,O WIST 
AND TAKE NO OTHERS. 

These RED-TAG Tobaccos are made from the finest stock 
that can be produced, and every package guaranteed to give 
entire satisfaction, 

For sale by Z. C. M. Institution, and Cuimiiigtou & Co., 
in Salt Lake City, and by Towle & Roper, Chicago. 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Plckard, S, L, City 

Utah Directory Salt Lake County. 49 



SALT LAKE COUNTY 

Is bounded on the East, North East and South East by the Wa- 
.-satch Mountains at their summits, on the West and South West 
by the Qquirrh Mountains at their summits, and on the North 
West by the Great Salt Lake shore, that stretches from Black 
Rock to the mouth of Jordan river. It includes the islands of 
the lake, and has an area between 650 and 700 square miles. It 
Is centrally situated in the Territory and is the most wealthy and 
populous of the counties. 

Within the limits of the county is some of the most magnifi- 
cent scenery of the territory. The Cottonwood canyons with 
their lakes furnish pictures of surpassing beauty, and are the 
objective points of numerous camping parties during the sum- 
mer. In the other mountain passes are also to be found some 
scenes of grandeur and beauty. 




CITY CREEK CANYON, NEAR THE FALLS. 

Front a drawing by A. Lambourne, 

The county consists almost exclusively of valuable lands, either 
agricultural, mineral or grazing. The population is probably 40,- 
ooo. Within its boundaries are the capital of Utah and fifteen or 

Barratt Bros., Furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 

6 



Wrought Spanish Bfts & Spurs, Waffin & Rckard, Salt Lake Cfty- 

50 Utah Directory Salt Lake County, 



more settlements, some of which are of considerable importance, 
In 1875, it excelled any other county in its yield of mineral wealth 
and its production of peas, potatoes, other roots, peaches, and 
cherries; it also owned the greatest number of stallions, fine 
horses and sheep. In these particulars and probably some others, 
the county continues to excel. 

It contained in 1 877, 5 1 school districts and 40 district schools; 
together with a number of private institutions of learning. 

The mining districts of West Mountain, Little Cottonwood, Big 
Cottonwood and Hot Springs come within its borders and include 
very many of the oldest and most productive mines of the territory. 
The development and output of these mines have contributed large- 
ly to the prosperity of Utah, and reflect great credit to the parties 
who have expended years of patiepce and a large amount of 
means in placing them on a paying basis. The manufacturing' 
interests of the county are constantly on the increase. New in- 
dustries are being established and a number of woolen, flour and 
saw mills, tanneries; metallurgical, concentrating and reducing 
works etc., are in constant operation. Following is a list of 
county officers: 

Probate Judge. Elias Smith, 

Probate and County Clerk. D. Bockholt. 

Selectmen. E, M, Weiler, Reuben Miller, Samuel R. Bennion, 

Sheriff Theo. McKean. 

Coroner. George J. Taylor, 

Assessor. Robert T, Burton, 

Collector. George Crismon, 

Recorder.- A. M. Cannon. 

Treasurer. J. W. Cummings, 

Prosecuting Attorney. Zerubbabel Snow. 

Superintendent District Schools. T. B. Lewis, 

Road Commissioner. I. M. Stewart. 

Elections are held annually on the first Monday in August 
Sessions of the County Court begin on the first Monday in 
March, June, September and December, and continue until busi- 
ness is completed. 

Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory. Windoiv Glass Advertisement. 5 1 




OF 



WINDOW GLASS 



-KEPT IN STOCK AT- 



H fl nilTMFB^ ^ATT T A 71? PFFV 

li, l.bULMMo, oALl LAMi bill, 



HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF WIN- 
DOW, PICTURE AND PLATE GLASS. 



This house has already imported into the Territory 

nearly HALF A MILLION feet of Window Glass 

besides an immense amount of 

CUT AND GROUND, BENT, 

EMBOSSED BEVELED, 

ENAMELLED, DRILLED, 

ETCHED, FIGURED, 

FLASHED, SILVERED, 

SKYLIGHT, STAINED, 

CORRUGATED, RIBBED, 

FLOOR, PHOTOGRAPH, 

CARRIAGE, CATHEDRAL, 

CAR, CHURCH, 

PICTURE AND 

POLISHED PLATE CLASS. 

MANUFACTURER OP 

SHOW CASES AND MIRRORS, 

Estimates furnished on any of the above by return mail. 
Correspondence Solicited. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pfckard, Salt Lake City. 

52 Utah Directory Salt Lake County. 



Precinct. 

1st Salt Lake City, 
2nd " 
3rd " 
4th " 
5th " 

Mountain Dell, 
Sugar House, 
Farmer's Ward, 
Mill Creek, 
East Creek, 
Big Cottonwo>ad, 
South 

Little 

Sandy, 
Draper, 
South Jordan 4 , 
Fort Herriman, 

Bingham, 

West Jordan, 
North " 
Granger, 
Brighton, 



PRECINCT OFFICERS, 
Justice of the Peace. Constable. 



Adam Speirs, 
Joseph Horne, 
A. H. Raleigh, 
W. L. N. Allen, 

A. C. Pyper, 
James Laird, 
James McGhie, 
Alma Pratt, 
John F. Snedaker, 
Julian Moses, 
Hosea Stout, 
Trios. A. Wheeler, 

f J. S. Bateman, 

\ James A. Barnes, 

I. Harrison, 

J, Terry, 

J. W. Winward, 

James Crane, 

/ Otto Von Trott, 

\ L. B. Kinney, 

B. L. Cutler, 
Joseph Harker, 
M. H. Tanner, 

F. W. Schoenfeld, 



George Hilton, 
Alexander Burt, 

A. Solomon. 

B. Y. Hampton, 

C. H. Crow. 
W. B. Hardy. 
None. 

A. S. Gabbott. 

E. F. M. Guest. 

E. Eldredge. 

None, 

Richard Howe, 

J. N. Woods. 

R. E. Burgess. 

None. 

William Brown. 

George W. Beckstead, 

James Tempest. 

J. Brunton. 

T. Bourgard. 

Samuel Bateman. 

G. M. Spencer. 

M. W, Cook. 

N. Hanson. 



SALT LAKE CITY. 



Salt Lake City, the capital of Utah, occupies an important 
central position in the Territory. It is located at 4O46 / o8 // lat- 
itude and H2o6 / 08 // West Greenwich longitude; and the varia- 
tion of the magnetic needle at the base meridian, as determined 
in October, 1878, by the United States Coast Survey, is i632' 
East. The city has an altitude of 4,200 feet above sea level, an 
area of 5,730 acres, and a population of nearly 25,000. It is 
laid out, principally, in blocks of ten acres each, the streets run_ 
ning due to the cardinal points. Each street is 132 feet wide in- 
cluding the sidewalks, which are twenty feet in width. The 
aspect of the city, viewed from the benchlands that surround it,, 



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is very beautiful. Half hidden among a luxuriance of fruit and 
shade trees, the houses seem like pleasant cots in a great garden, 
and the glittering streams in every street mark with silver lines 
the length of the broad avenues ; while here and there a church 
spire or the tower of some fine residence is seen amid the trees. 

Among the more prominent edifices of the city are the large 
Tabernacle, a huge domed structure with a seating capacity of 
14,000; the Temple in course of construction and which, when 
completed, will cost several millions of dollars; the Stake Taber- 
nacle, the Theatre, one of the largest and best in America ; the 
City Hall, costing $70,000, the Court House and the Methodist, 
Presbyterian and Catholic Churches. Some of the business 
blocks are handsome and a number of private residences have 
quite a palatial appearance. 

The tax assessment of Salt Lake City for 1878, based on a fair 
cash valuation of property was $7,111,602.00; the amount of 
tax at one half of one per cent, being $35,558.01. 

MUSEUM. 

Conspicuous among the institutions of the city is the Utah 
Museum, under the charge of Prof. ]. L. Barfoot. It contains a 
remarkable collection of curiosities from all parts of the world, 
but is peculiarly valuable for the specimens of native ores and 
minerals which have been carefully arranged and classified. A 
visit to this institution is instructive to students and scientists 
alike, as it is a storehouse for specimens of the useful as well as 
rare minerals to be found in Utah. All items of the list which 
we have published can be found in their varieties, together with 
Indian curiosities, birds, reptiles and insects. 

CITY OFFICERS, 

Mayor. Feramorz Little. 
Alderman 1st Ward. Adam Speirs. 

2nd " Henry Dinwoodey. 

3 rd A. H. Raleigh. 

4th " John Sharp. 

5th " Alex. C. Pyper. 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin & Pickard's. 

54 Utah Directory Salt Lake City. 

Councilors. W. C. Ball, Isaac Brockbank, Elias Morris, Jas. 
W. Cummings, Jos. F. Smith, John H. Smith, D. O. Calder, 
George Reynolds, Francis Armstrong. 

Recorder and Auditor. John T. Caine. 

Treasurer. Paul A. Schettler. 

Attorney. Joseph L. Rawlins. 

Marshal and Captain of Police. Andrew Burt 

Assessor and Collector. John R. Winder. 

Supervisor of Streets and Jailor. William Hyde. 

Surveyor. Jesse W. Fox Jr. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures Martin H. Peck. 

Watermaster. Charles H. Wilcken. 

Council meets every Tuesday evening at City Hall. 

Elections are held on the second Monday in February of each 
alternate year, the last being in 1 878. 

From official sources, we are enabled to publish the following 
statement of finances for the year 1878, together with a state- 
ment of the present indebtedness of the city: 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 
Receipts of city for the fiscal year ending November 30, 1878. 

Balance in treasury, December I, 1878, - - $ 9>779- 82 

Receipts during year. 

On Taxes, current and delinquent, 63,733.46 

" Licenses, 48,004.15 

" Waterworks, 7>94-73 

" Dividends on Shares of Stock in Salt Lake 

City Gas Company, - 5,102.50 

" Fines in Police Court, 4,77975 
" Rents; bath hous-, market stalls, buildings, 

lots &c. - 4,648.66 

" Land sold, 2,550.95 

" Dog tax, 1,247.50 

" Cemetery, sale of grave lots, - 360,00 

Sundries, I93- 10 

Total, $148,304.62 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S. L, City 



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Utah Directory Salt Lake City. 



55 

Expenditures during the fiscal year ending November 30, 1878: 

Bills payable; borrowed money paid, $35,316,9* 

Street improvement, 26,617.54 
In addition to the amount specified on street im- 
provement account, there have been used 3,150 
days of prison labor which, at $ i .00 per day 
amounts to $3,150.00 and, added to the above, 
makes the total on this account, $29,767.54. 
Police salaries; including regulars, specials and 

detectives, - 14,324.50 
Salaries of Officers; Mayor, Recorder, Auditor, 
Treasurer, Police Justice, Attorney, Superin- 
tendent of Water Works, Street Supervisor, 

Watermaster, Jailor and Clerks, 1 3,895. 50 
Street lamps; gas and oil, lighting, extinguishing 

and keeping in repair, 13,443,93 

Water Works; mains, service and current expenses, 1 1,309.61 

Artesian well; machinery, material and labor, 5, 978.6 r 
General expenses; fuel, lights, stationery, printing, 
advertising, blanks, janitor's salary and numer- 

ous small items, 4,824.88 

Profit and loss; interest, discount, &c., 4,386.15 
Prison expense; board, clothing, bedding, medicines 

medical attendance &c., for prisoners, 3,^95-o6 

Compensation of Aldermen and Councilors, 3,722.00 
Fire department; current expenses and allowance 

to firemen, - 3>3 J 7-36 

Jailor's house (completing,) - 1, 539.77 

Care and treatment of three insane patients, 93O-93 

Repairs to City Hall and Prison, 760.58 

Improvement of public squares, 686.58 

Extending and repairing canals, 425.44 

Cemetery improvements, 387.00 

Redemption of city currency issued in 1 866-8, 282,25 

Expenses at market grounds, quarantine &c., 266.22 

Total, $146,310.82 

Total receipts, $148,304.62 

Total disbursements, 146,310.82 

Balance on hand December I, 1878, $1,993.80 
Salt Lake City has no bonded indebtedness. Some money 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORI), Salt Lake City. 



Nobby Biding Saddles and Bridles, Wallin & Pickard,S. L, City. 

56 Utah Directory Salt Lake City. 

has been borrowed for the construction of water works, and the 
extension of water mains. The total indebtedness on Bills Pay- 
able account May I5th, 1879, amounted to $71,000.00. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

With water works that afford abundance of water for the sup- 
pression of fires, the rates of insurance in Salt Lake City are 
quite low; but when it is considered how infrequent are serious 
conflagrations, it may be expected that the rates will be made 
still lighter. The efficient and worthy fire department has shown 
itself equal to any emergencies which have yet occurred. 

OFFICERS : 

Chief Engineer. G. M. Ottinger. 
Ass't Henry Dinwoodey. 

Ass't " John Reading. 
Secretary. R. H. Hardy. 
Foreman, No. I. William J. Hooper. 
" " 2. Frank May. 

" 3- James White. 
H. & L. No. I. E. B. Fulmer. 
" No. 4. Francis Cope. | Private 

No. 5. J.G.Evans. j Cos. 

SCHOOLS. 

There are in the city 2 1 district schools, being one to each 
Bishop's Ward. Some of these schools are graded and all are 
under the superintendence of competent instructors. In addition 
are a number of institutions of learning of which we mention the 
more important: 

University of Deseret. John R. Park, M. D., President. 

St. Mark's School. Rev. G. D. B. Miller, Principal. 

Salt Lake Collegiate Institute. Prof. J. M. Coyner, Principal. 

St. Mary's Academy. Under care of Sisters of the Holy Cross. 

Salt Lake Academy. Prof. E. Benner, Principal. 

Free School No. I. J. R. Witherell, Principal. 

Rager's School. W. H. Rager, Principal. 

[The addresses of the above schools, of newspaper offices and 
other institutions will be found in their proper places in the Bus- 
iness Directory of Salt Lake City.] 

Chairs, Bedsteads Bureaus Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros, 



Utah Directory Rocky Mountain Cough Syrup. 



ROCKY MOUNTAIN 

Cougrh Syrup, 

THE FINEST PREPARATION IN THE WORLD 
FOR THE CURE OF 

Coughs, Sore Throats, 



AND ALL DISEASES OF THE 



THROAT AND LUNGS. 



Since its first introduction in this Territory five years ago, it 
has fast gained popularity until at the present time it has an im- 
mense sale throughout the Territory. It is not a quack medi- 
cine nor do we claim for it the extraordinary merit of curing 
all diseases, (the absurdity of such a claim must be apparent 
to everyone), but we do claim and have hundreds of testimon- 
ials to prove, that it is the finest remedy ever offered to the 
public for the diseases stated. 

SOLD BY THE PRINCIPAL DEALERS EVERYWHERE. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY 

G. F. CULMER, TEA POT STOKE, SALT LAKE CITY, 
Z. C. M. I. DRUG DEPARTMENT, SALT LAKE CITY* 

. OTJLIM::E:R,, 



Utah Directory Advertisements \ 



McCORNICK & CO. 



SALT LAKE CITY, 



UTAH. 



TRANSACT EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BANK- 
ING BUSINESS. 



PURCHASE GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION. 

Prompt Attention Given to Collections. 

Undertake the Purchase and Sale of Stocks on Commission. 

Advance on Ores and Bullion Consigned to our Order, 

Sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers on points East and 
West and on the leading cities of Europe. 



New York Importer's and Trader's National Bank. 
Chicago Commercial National Bank. St. Louis--State Saving's Association. 
Omaha Omaha National Bank.. San Francisco First Nat. Gold Bank. 



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& IF.A.:R,:K:, 



WAS MANUFACTURED BY US 
IF THE BEST MATERIALS 

^WARRANTED &. V/ 




AND DEALERS IN 



DIAMONDS, WATCHES^ILVERWARE, CLOCKS, Ac- 

FINE NATIVE GOLD & SILVER JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

DRepadrlxig- Oarefu-lly a/nd. ZFrom-ptl;^ .A-ttend-ed. to. 
Cheyenne, W. T., Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Sottfoy Riding Saddles and Bridles, Wallin & Pickard, S. I. City. 



Salt Lake City General Directory. 



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Abair William, laborer, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Abrams L. S. merchant, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Ackerman John, printer, ns Garden bet Elm and Maple 

Acomb John, conductor U S R R, ss 5 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Adams Mrs. J. A. widow, ne cor 8 S and 7 E 

Adams Mrs. H. widow, ne cor I E and 3 S 

Adams Joseph, farmer, se cor 7 S and 7 E 

Adams Joseph, laborer, ns Prospect bet Cedar and Birch 

Adamson Thomas, carpenter, ns S T bet Ash and Beach 

Adkins E. R. bartender, res Clift House 

Adkins W. R. gardener, ss Wall bet Fir and Spruce 

Admes William, fireman U S R R, es 5 W bet I and 2 N 

Admire S. J. bookkeeper, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Admire Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Afflick William, blacksmith, ss Fruit bet Arch and Box Elder 

Agre A. carpenter, ns 7 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Chairs, Bedsteads Bureaus Stands & Tables, Etc., Barratt Bros, 



Sadtflery &SaddIery-Hardware,Job6ed by Wallm & PfcRard, S.L.City 

60 S-alt Lake City General Directory. 

Aguiar F. G. saddle tree maker, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Albion James, laborer, ws 2 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Albrand W. T. gardener, res ws 5 W bet 3 and 4 N. 

Alder G. A. clerk, resins S T bet * and 2 W 

Alexander C. H. engineer, res ne cor I W and 2 S 

Alexander Mrs. L. C. widow, ss I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Alff R. crockery, ws E T bet I and 2 S,. res se cor E T and S S> 

Alford John, clerk, res ne cor Centre and Currant 

All Phillip, carpenter, res es $ W bet I and 2 S 

Allcock John, machinist, res se cor I S and 5 W 

Allen William, carpenter, ne cor S T and Locust 

Allen J". F. druggist,- ws 3- E bet 2 and- 3 S 

Allen W. L, N. cabinet maker, Arch bet Garden and Bluff 

Allen S. E. laborer, nw cor 9 E and 7 S 

Allen John, laborer, res es 5 W bet i and 2 S 

Allen Henry, laborer, res ns 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Allen B. farmer, res ss 3 N bet 5; and 6 W 

Allen Robert, stone cutter, ns 5 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Allen Mrs. E. C. widow, nw cor 4 S and I W 

Allen J. M. stoves and tinware, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Allen James, ns Cottonwood cor Wall 

Allen James, cor Oak and Prospect 

Alley W. farmer,, ne cor 4 S and I E 

Alley George, laborer, ne cor 4 S and I E 

Almond John,, clerk, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Almond J. B. clerk, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Almy T. J. bookeeper Ontario S. M. Co. es 2 E bet 2 and 5 S 

Alstrom J. F. chimney sweeper, res ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Alt Jacob, saloon, es E T bet I and 2 S, res ws 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Amott Henry, porter, ns N T bet 2 and 3 W 

Amy Mrs. L. S. widow, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

Anderberg E. carriage maker, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Anderson A. glove maker, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Andersen Andrew, mason, ns 8 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Anderson D. P. carpenter, res ns 6 S bet E T and I E 

Anderson James, tailor, nw cor Pine and Mountain 

Anderson James, moulder, ws 3 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Anderson George, dentist, se cor Elm and Bluff 

Anderson F. real estate agent, ws Pine bet Wall and Bluff 

Anderson Robert, blacksmith, sw cor Chestnut and Prospect 

Andersen John, laborer, ss Summit bet Pine and Spruce 

Anderson G. E. photographer, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Anderson S. W. carpenter, ws 3 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dunford's. 



Ladies Saddles in great Yariety, Wallin & Pickard, Suit lake ity 

Salt Lake City General Directory^ 61 

Anderson H. insurance agent, res ws E T bet N T and I N 

Anderson W. F. physician, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Anderson George, sindb and whip maker, ss 5 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Anderson C. miller, ss 6 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Anderson C. machinist, res es Grape bet Currant and I N 

Anderson William, farmer, ne cor 5 S and 2 W 

Anderson R. R. secretary P. E. fund, ne cor Walnut and Prospect 

Anderson Samuel, tailor, 42 Commercial street 

Anderson Henry, miner, es 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Anderson James, (Scott & A.) res ws E T bet 5 and 6 S 

Anderson Mrs. C. M. widow, res ne cor I S and 2 E 

Anderson S. P. miner, ns 5 S bet W T and I W 

Anderson James, stone cutter, se cor 6 E and 7 S 

Anderson N. C, laborer, es 9 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Andrews Mrs. J. Widow, res ne cor I S and 2 E 

Andrew John W. blacksmith, ns 5 S bet W T and I W 

Andrew Joseph W. blacksmith, ns 4 S bet E and W T 

Andrew S. W. blacksmith, ns 5 S bet W T and I W 

Andrew Mrs. E. widow, res ns 4 S bet E and W T 

Angel T. O. architect, se cor E T and 7 S 

Angel Mrs. L. widow, res es 3 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Angel Albert, laborer, es 4 E bet S T and I S 

Angell J. O. frame maker, ws 5 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Appleby Charles, miner, ws 3 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Appleby Mrs. Mary, widow, res ss I S bet W T and I W 

Appleby W. P. attorney at law, se cor 3 S and I W 

Arbogast George, confectioner, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Arbuckle James, butcher, es 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Archer David, agent, ws 2 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Archibald W. S. cor Elm and Prospect 

Argall B. mining operator, boards at Walker House 

Argust F. W. boot fitter, se cor S T and 2 E 

Armet John, sw cor Elm and Prospect 

Armstrong T. C. sen. clerk, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Armstrong W. B. foreman U C R R, res se cor 3 W and I N 

Armstrong Robert, engineer, ns 5 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Armstrong Frank, lumber merchant, ns I S bet 6 and 7 E 

Armstrong, T. C. Jr. grain dealer, ne cor 2 S and 4 W 

Armstrong William, miner, ss 2 S bet W T and I W 

Arnold John, carpenter, ws Hickory bet Bluff and Wall 

Arnold George, teamster, res es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Arnold O. P. Supt Street R R Co. res es I W bet N and S T 

Arnold Henry, baker, res 19 ward 



Mattrasses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bro?, 



WILLING PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS, 

62 Stilt Lake City General Directory. 

Arnold Richard, laborer, ss 7 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Arthur J. Walker House billiard hall, res ws W T bet 4 and 5 S 

Ashbridge M. W. carpenter, res ns 3 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Ashman James, gardener, ws 9 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Ash worth Benjamin, laborer, se cor 7 E and 7 S 

Ashton E. T. mason, res se cor I S and 6 W 

Askew George, farmer, es 8 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Asmusseii C. C. jeweler, ws E T bet S T and i S 

Asper William, builder, res ws Quince bet 2 N and Cross 

Atkins George, bricklayer, res N E cor I W and 5 N 

Attley Henry, printer, res. ss I S bet 6 and 7 W 

Atwell W r . H. carpenter, sw cor Fruit and Quaking Asp 

Atwicks Mrs. H. widow, rest es 7 W bet N T and I N 

Atwood Orville, laborer, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Atwood William, farmer, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Atwood M. G. farmer, ns I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Atwood M. D. teamster, ns I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Aubrey Thomas, restaurant & grocery, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Auer Charles, (Auer & Murphy) rooms es I E bet i and 2 S 

Auerbach S. H. (Auerbach & Bro.) ws E T bet'i and 2 S 

Auerbach Fred. (Auerbach & Bro.) ws E T bet i and 2 S 

Auguston John, pattern maker, ns 8 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Avery Aveij, shoemaker, res ws 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Avery Allen, miner, res sw cor 4 W and i S 

Aveson Robert, printer, es Cedar bet S T and Fruit 

Axton John, shipping clerk, ns Mountain bet Oak and Elm 

Ayres G. R. man'gr Hidden Treasure mine, ss 3 S bet i and 2 E 

Ayrton William, gardener, res ns I S bet 3 and 4 W 



Bacon William, moulder, res. ws 5 W T bet 2 and 3 N 

Baddeley Mrs. E. widow, sw cor 3 S and 10 E 

Badger Rodney, works U S R R, res ws I W bet S T and i S 

Bailey J. H. grocer, sw cor i W and 6 S 

Bailey John, grocer, es i W bet 5 and 6 S 

Bailey T. C. land agent, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Bailey G. S. carpet weaver, 1 3 Commercial street 

Baker Richard, mason, res sw cor W T and N T 

Baker Mrs. M. E. widow, res ws 7 W bet S T and i S 

Baker T. J. miner, res ws i W bet i and 2 S 

Baldwin Mrs. N. widow, ne cor 2 S and 5 W 

Baldwin J. K. carpenter, ne cor 2 S and 5 W 

Geo. Dun ford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting: and Racing Goods. 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 63 

Bale Joseph, mason, ns 8 S bet 2 and 3 E 
Ball W. L. school teacher, es 5 E bet 7 and 8 S 
Ball Mrs. E. widow, res 17 ward 
Ball William, miner, res ss I S bet 5 and 6 W 
Ball Thomas, trader, res ne cor 2 E and I S 
Ball J. P. grocer, sw cor I E and 7 S 
Ballas S. B. carpenter, res ws I W bet N T and I N 
Balmforth Charles, coal dealer, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Balser John, tent maker, res nw cor I S and 4 
Bamberger J. E. clerk at P O, boards at-Greenwald's 
Bane M. M. receiver at land office, res ns I S bet I and 2 E 
Banks C. carpenter, ss 2 S bet 8 and 9 E 
Banker P. N. farmer, ns 8 S bet 6 and 7 E 
Barfoot J. L. manager museum, ne cor Bluff and Cherry 
Barker Mrs. Mary, widow, es 4 E bet S T and I S 
Barker Mrs. M. widow, res nw cor 3 W and I S 
Barker O. laborer, res ns N T bet 2 and 3 W 
Barker Joseph, gunsmith, ne cor S T and Ash 
Barker John, farmer, ws 3 E bet 7 and 8 S 
Barlow J. M. dentist, res se cor 3 W and i S 
Barnes C. broker, es E T bet I and 2 S 
Barnes J. S. mining operator, res es E T bet 3 and 4 S 
Barnes M. painter, res es 2 W bet 3 and 4 N 
Barnes Mark, gardener, ss S T bet 6 and 7 E * 

Barnes James, builder, ns 2 N bet I and 2 W 
Barnes William, laborer, ns 3 N bet 2 and 3 N 
Barnum Charles, teamster, ss I S bet I and 2 E 
Barnum E. M. attorney at law, res es W T bet I and 2 S 
Barnum C. D. turner, ss I S bet 3 and 4 W 
Barnett Thomas, teamster, es Grape bet Currant and I N 
Barnett Josiah, cashier McCornick bank, res ss I S bet 3 and 4 E 
Barr G. W. lumberman, es 4 E bet S T and I S 
Barratt I. M. (Barratt Bros) res es E T bet 4 and 5 S 
Barratt C. R. (Barratt Bros) res es E T bet I and 2 S 
Barratt Mrs. M. M. widow, sw cor I S and 4 E 
Barratt G. W. at H. Dinwoodey's, res ss 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 
Barrell Charles, engineer, ns High bet Chestnut and Pine 
Barrell Charles, shoemaker, es Centre bet Apricot and Currant 
Barrell John, laborer, es Centre bet Apricot and Currant 
Barrett Mrs. A. widow, es 2 W bet N and S T 
Barrows M. teamster, ss 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Barrows Rev. W. M. pastor Congregational church, res ws W T 
bet 3 and 4 S 

Feathers & Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes a warded by Territorial Fair, ISIS, Wallln & PScfcan! 



64 # // Lake City General Directory. 

Barrows Ethan, grocer, ss 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Barton W. B, bookkeeper, nw cor Chestnut and Bluff 

Bartlett Samuel, bartender, ss I S bet 6 and 7 E 

Barton George, clerk, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Barton Isaac, clerk, res 19 ward 

Barton Hyrum, barber, ws Ash bet Bluff and Wall 

Baruth H. merchant, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Baskin R. N. attorney at law, res ns I N bet E T and I E 

Bassett C. H. bookkeeper, se cor 4 E and 6 S 

Bates William, shoemaker, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Bath William, laborer, ws 5 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Batley Joseph, finisher, ss 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Baxter William, bricklayer, ns 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Baxter S. saddler, ss 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Baxter S. M. harness maker, ws 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Bayliss William, cabinet maker, ne cor, S T and Beach 

Bean Joseph, carpenter, ws 8 E bet S T and I S 

Beard W. T. gunsmith, ss I S bet E and W T 

Beatie H. S. salesman, sw cor 3 S and E T 

Beatie H. S. jr. clerk, ns 3 S bet E and W T 

Beatie W. clerk, ws W T bet N and S T 

Beatty J. H. attorney at law, boards at Walker House 

Bechtol John, bartender, ns 4 S bet E and W T 

Beck George, laborer, se cor 9 E and S T 

Beck John, carpenter, ne cor Spruce and Prospect 

Beck James, carpenter, ne cor Prospect and Spruce 

Beebe S. D. bookkeeper, es 3 W bet I and 2 S 

Beer B. J. painter, ss 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Beers John, tinsmith, ws 3 E bet S T and I S 

Beers E. paperhanger, ws 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Beezley E. shoemaker, ne cor N T and 6 W 

Bell John, white washer, ss S T bet 7 and 8 E 

Bell Mrs. H. widow, ne cor Oak and Wall 

Bement Albert, farmer, ns 8 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Benbow Mrs. R. W. widow, ns 6 S bet E T and I E 

Bench Mark, laborer, Maple bet Mountain and Summit 

Benedict F. D. physician and surgeon, ws 4 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Benedict, J. M. physician and surgeon, sw cor 3 S and 4 E 

Bengtson B. works at Morris & Evans, res ns I N bet E T and I E 

Bennell Charles, wagon maker, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Bennell Charles J. laborer, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Benner E. principal Salt Lake academy, res ss 5 S bet E T and I E 

Bennett & Harkness, attorneys at law, es E T bet I and 2 S 

The place for Hats, Cap* & Gloves, Geo. Dunford. 



Cash paid f:r Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 65 



Bennett Richard, engineer, ns Wall bet Fir and Spruce 

Benson Mrs. M. S. widow, ne cor I E and I S 

Bentley J. weaver, es 6 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Bentley D. H. manager Toledo mine, res ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Benzon, A. B. clerk, es Centre bet Plum and Peach 

Berg In. hair dresser, ws 9 E bet S T and I S 

Bergen John, tailor, ws Franklin avenue 

Berger Mrs. C. widow, ws 7 W bet S T and I S 

Berkley J. E. bookkeeper, ns 5 S bet I and 2 W 

Bernhisel J. M. physician and surgeon, res ne cor N T and W T 

Bess Mrs. L. widow, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Bess 'William laborer, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Bess Oliver, farmer, ne cor 2 W and 3 S 

Best Alfred, farmer, es W 7 T bet 3 and 4 S 

Bevan A. D. physician and surgeon, res ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Beverley Edward, miner, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Bidgood Mrs. Mary, widow, ns I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Billing F. W. Supt. Germania works, res ne cor 4 E and I S 

Billings L. A. clerk at post office, res ws 5 W bet S T and I S 

Bingter W L. clerk, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Birbage William, blacksmith, ss 2 N bet I W and grape 

Bircumshaw Willard, butcher, es 10 E bet I and 2 S 

Bircumshaw Joseph, laborer, se cor 10 E and I S 

Bircumshaw William, builder, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Bird John, shoemaker, es Locust bet Prospect and Wall 

Bird W. H. land agent and attorney, res nw cor E T and 6 S 

Bird James, cabinet maker, ws W T bet I and 2 S 

Bird E. F. cabinet maker, ns 3 S bet 2 ank 3 W 

Birkenhead Isaac, whip maker, sw cor Ash and Mountain 

Birkenhead Jabez, laborer, ss High bet Ash and Locust 

Birrell John, machinist, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Bishop & Crismon, assayers, es E T bet i and 2 S 

Bishop James, gasfitter, es 5 W bet N and S T 

Bishop Thomas, merchant, res se cor 2 N and 2 W 

Bivens A. J. laborer, es 5 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Bjorkman Andrew, laborer, ss S T bet W T and I W 

Bjorkman John, laborer, es 5 W bet N and S T 

Black G. A. ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Blackhurst David, farmer, ss 4 S bet W T and I W 

Blair Edward, laborer, ne cor 8 S and 9 E 

Blake G. drayman, ws 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Blakemore John, tinsmith, cor Wall and Walnut 

Blazzard Mark, laborer, es W T bet 5 and 6 S 

We pack Furniture to ineure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros* 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Pickard, 8. L. City. 

66 Salt Lake City General Directory, 

Blodgett George, livery stable, es I E bet 2 and 3 S , 

Blomquist Charles, laborer, es I W bet N and S T 

Blunt Joseph, shoemaker, es Birch bet Garden and Fruit 

Blythe John, laborer, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Boardman William, night watchman, ss 5 S bet E T and I E 

Bockholt D. H. county clerk, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Bod L. M. laborer, ws 2 W bet 6 and 7 N 

Bohling Lewis, fireman at gas works, ns I S bet 6 and 7 W 

Bollwinker Frederick, clerk, nw cor Centre and Apricot 

Bolter Francis, carpenter, ws 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Bond J. W. moulder, ws 5 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Borg L. P. harness maker, ws I E bet 5 and 6 S 

Borgquist R. shoemaker, ss 3 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Bosch Jacob, printer, ns I N bet I and 2 W 

Boshardt Adolph, tailor, ss S T bet 3 and 4 E 

Botsford H. B. miner, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Bouck J. A. farmer, es 5 W bet N T and I N 

Bouckman Mrs. F. widow, ss S T bet W T and I W 

Boukofsky N. liquor dealer, ss 5 S bet E and W T 

Boulter John, saloon, res ss 6 S bet E T and I E 

Bourne Mrs. E. restaurant, ss I S bet E and W T 

Bourne G. T. salesman, ns 3 S bet W T and I W 

Bovier Edward, farmer, ns 2 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Bowdidge J. S. laborer, ws Ash bet Wall and Prospect 

Bowen Walter, laborer, nw cor Ash and High 

Bowers F. P. teamster, ws 9 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Bowers W. H. H. mining engineer, es 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Bowman William, laborer, ns I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Bowman Robert, engineer, res 19 ward 

Bowring W. C. green grocer, ns I S bet E and W T 

Boyle Mrs. M. widow, ne cor Fruit and Hickory 

Boyd G. A. (B. & Whitworth,) res ws 2 W bet 5 and 6 N 

Boyd G. W. farmer, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Boyd Samuel, farmer, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Braby Edwin, brick maker, se cor 3 S and 9 E 

Braby Robert, brick maker, ss 8 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Bradbent Levi, gardener, ns 5 N bet 2 and 3 W 

Bradford L. H. tinsmith, es 5 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Bradley J. F. mining operator, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Brain Edward, mason, ne cor Pine and Garden 

Braithwaite Joseph, clerk, es I E bet 5 and 6 S 

Brandly Henry, laborer, ws 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Branting A. F. grocer, ne cor 4 E and 7 S 



Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lakz City. 



Henry Arthur's Boot &Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake Cry, 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 67 



Eranting E. F. blacksmith, ne cor 4 E and 7 S 

Brazier William, baker, ss 7 S bet W T and I W 

Bredemeyer Will, mining engineer, ss 2 S bet E T and i E 

Bretherton George, bookbinder, se cor W T and 6 S 

Bretherton W. L. clerk, se cor W T and 6 S 

Brewer H. harness maker, se cor 4 E and S T 

Brewer Mrs. M. widow, ne cor 2 S and 7 E 

Brewster Frederick, plasterer, res nw cor 2 N and Quince 

Brexen Peter, carpenter, ne cor 6 S and I W 

Bridge Robert, brick maker, res es 6 W bet N T and I N 

Bridge Joseph, plasterer, ns N T bet 5 and 6 W 

Bridge J. M. harness maker, ws 6E bet ST and I S 

Brighton W. S. hotel keeper, ns I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Brimley John, laborer, ss 8 S between 3 and 4 W 

Brimley Richard, laborer, ns 8 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Brim Mrs. A. M. widow, ne cor 9 E and 7 S 

Britt James, laborer, 17 ward bet Grape and Crooked 

Britton Richard, laborer, nw cor 4 W and 4 S 

Britton Frederick, laborer, nw cor 4 W and 4 S 

Brixen Andrew, clerk Valley House res same 

Brockbank Isaac, clerk, res ss 4 S bet E T and I E 

Brooks Phillip, carpenter, ws 6 E bet S T and I S 

Brooks E. J. warehouseman, ws 6 E bet S T and I S 

Brooks G. F. grocer, nw cor I S and 6 E 

Brooks J. Gr. wholesale millinery store, es E T bet S T and 1 S 

Brooksbank Samuel, laborer, ss I S bet 4 and 5 E 

Brooksbank George, second hand store, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Brough H. H. machinist, res ss 2 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Brough John, tailor, S W cor Spruce and High 

Brown Mrs. A. widow, es 8 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Brown A. H. laborer, res 19 ward 

Brown Adam, fireman U C R R, res es 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Brown Albert, carpenter, ws 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Brown B. P. farmer, res ws 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Brown Benjamin, farmer, res ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Brown Charles, baggage master U C R R, res es 6 W bet I & 2 N 

Brown Mrs. C. A. widow, res es 5 W bet S T and I S 

Brown C. M. railroad employe, ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Brown David, brakeman U S R R, ss S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Brown D. C. laborer, ws 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Brown F. M. carpenter, ws 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Brown Frank, bookkeeper, es W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Brown Frederick, shoemaker, ns I S bet W T and I W 

Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' ToaJs of all kinds, W. L Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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Brown Henry, farmer, us Prospect bet Fir and Spruce 

Brown Homer, farmer, ne cor W T and 6 S 

Brown Joseph, farmer, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Brown J. S. farmer, ws I W bet N and S T 

Brown John, carpenter, ss 4 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Brown James, miner, nw cor 3 S and 7 E 

Brown James, farmer, ss I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Brown Lorenzo, carpenter, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Brown Mrs. M. A. widow, eS 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Brown S. W. miner, sw cor 6 S and W T 

Brown S. J. carpenter, nw cor 3 W and 7 S 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, widow, nw cor 2 E and 6 S 

Brown Mrs. T. D. widow, es W T bet I and 2 S 

Brown T. shoemaker, ws 2 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Brown W. B. bookkeeper, nw cor Wall and Pine 

Brown William, clerk, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Brown William, blacksmith, Peach bet Centre and Straight 

Brown W. M. station baggage master, ss S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Brown Walter, brakesman, es 6 W bet N T and I N 

Brower Richard, gardener, ws 8 E bet I and 2 S 

Browning Thomas, school teacher, ne cor Chestnut and Wall 

Browning J. A. bookkeeper, ss 3 S bet W T and I W 

Bruce William, stone cutter, es 7 W bet N T and I N 
Bruesch George, salesman, ss 5 S bet W T and I W 
Brunker Thomas, stone cutter, ss 2 S bet 9 and 10 E 
Buckle John, tailor, ns 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 
Buckle L. E. gardener, nw cor Cedar and Garden 
Buckley Joseph, laborer, se cor 3 E and 8 S 
Buckwalter Henry, milkman, ns I S bet W T and I W 
Budd George, lumberman, ns 4 S bet I and 2 W 
Buettner Ernest, surveyor, es Fine bet Wall and Prospect 
Bull Joseph, printer, ns I N bet I and 2 W 
Bull J. Jr. printer, ns i N bet I and 2 W 
Bullock Charles, carpenter, ws 5 W bet N and S T 
Bullock F. A. farmer, ss S T bet 4 and 5 W 
Bullock John, gardener, nw cor Garden and Birch 
Bullough Benjamin, Machinist, ws 12 E bet 4 and 5 S 
Bult Robert, engineer, ns 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 
Bunting Mrs. M. widow, ws W T bet 4 and 5 S 
Burchell Mrs. M. widow, ws I E bet 5 and 6 S 
Burdett Mrs. Mary, widow, es I W bet I and 2 N 
Burgess M. T. mining operator, boards Walker House 
Burgess James, carpenter, ns 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

The Leading Booty Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dunford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L, Pickard, S, L, City 

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Burkett J. M. book-keeper, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Burleigh William, laborer, nw cor Garden and Poplar 

Burns Robert, tent maker, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Burns Robert, Jr. saloon, res ss S T bet E and W T 

Burns John, barber es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Burns William, laborer, ss 5 S bet 10 and 11 E 

Burris Walter, teamster, ne cor Fruit and Quaking Asp 

Burrows J. H. bookkeeper, sw cor Ash and Bluff 

Burrows Mrs. E widow es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Burrows H. butcher, ss 5 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Hurt, P. A. laborer, ne cor 6 S and 5 W 

Burt George, laborer, se cor 6 S and 4 W 

Burt James, blacksmith, es 3 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Burt P. G. laborer, ws 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Burt Alexander, night watchman, ws 3 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Burt Andrew, city marshal, ne cor Fruit and Maple 

Burt John, plasterer, se cor Prospect and Locust 

Burt John, farmer, ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Burton C. S. bookkeeper, ns S T bet E T and i E 

Burton Joseph, druggist, es 2 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Burton R. T. jr. carpenter, ns 2 S between 2 and 3 W 

Burton John, carpenter, ne cor 6 S and 3 W 

Burton W. C. foreman Wasatch woolen mills, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Burton J. W. carpenter, es W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Burton J. H. carpenter, sw cor I S and 2 W 

Burton C. E. carpenter, ws 2 W bet I and 2 S 

Burton Mrs. E. L. widow, ns N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Burton R. T. county Assessor, res sw cor I S and 2 W 

Busath C. machinist, sw cor 3 W and 5 S 

Busby Joseph, laborer, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Busby John, street car driver, sw cor 8 E and 5 S 

Busby Andrew, plasterer, es 7 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Bussell James, plasterer, es 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Butterfield E. L. clerk, ss I S bet E and W T 

Butterwood Thomas, miner, ws I W bet 2 and 3 S 

Butterworth Robert, clerk, ne cor 4 W and 3 S 

Butterworth Edmund, grocer, res ne cor 4 W and 3 S 

Butterworth J. F. carpenter, ne cor 4 W and 3 S 

Buttle William, section hand, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Button Charles, barber, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Button Mdme. milliner, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Buxbaum M. wool dealer, boards at Walker House 

Byers T. W. carpenter, es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Barratt Bros*, Furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Waflin & Pickard, Salt Lake City- 



70 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Bywater Willard, carpenter, ns N T bet 2 and 3 W 
Bywater George J. engineer, es I W bet N and S T 
Bywater George, painter, ns 3 s bet 4 and 5 W 



Cadwell Mrs. Jane, widow, ws 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Cafifall Ephraim, carpenter, nw cor Cedar and High 

Caffall R. J. dep water master, ss Prospect bet Cherry and Beach 

Cahoon J. F. carpenter, ne cor Spruce and Fruit 

Cahoon W. F. carpenter, es 4 E bet S T and I S 

Cahoon J. M. brakeman U S R R, es 4 E bet S T and I S 

Caine J. T. city recorder, ws Chesnut bet Fruit and Garden 

Caine A. W. clerk, ne cor S T and Oak 

Calder D. G. clerk, ws Pine bet Garden and Fruit 

Calder Mrs. A. widow, ss Garden bet Chesnut and Pine 

Calder D. O. merchant, ws Pine bet Garden and Fruit 

Calder William, policeman, es W T bet N T and I N 

Caldwell Charles, carpenter, se cor Mountain and Beach 

Caldwell J. A. mechanical engineer, es E T bet I and 2 S 

Calhoun James, freighter, res 19 Ward 

California Brewery Depot, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Callahaii M. B. Hardware ws E T bet I and S 

Callister Edward, tailor, ss 4 S bet W T and I W 

Callister J. E. printer, ss 4 S bet W T and I W 

Calton William, well digger, se cor 8 E and 8 S 

Cameron David, laborer, ws 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Campbell James, laborer, ne cor Elm and Prospect 

Campbell Arthur, carpenter, es W T bet I and 2 S 

Campbell Robert, clerk, ss S T bet 3 and 4 E 

Campbell Andrew, porter, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Campbell William, street car conductor, es 6 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Campe J. H. draftsman, sw cor 3 S and I W 

Campkin George, shoemaker, es I W bet I and 2 N 

Canneyieter Y. W. baker, res ws 7 W bet S T and I S 

Canning, Benjamin, laborer, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Cannon Hiram, laborer, ns N T between I and 2 W 

Cannon Angus M. county recorder, res ns I S bet I and 2 W 

Camion G. Q. editor Deseret News, ne cor 5 S and i W 

Careless George, merchant, sw cor Oak and Mountain 

Carlisle Joshua, musician, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Carlisle Samuel, stone cutter, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Carlisle William, upholsterer, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt ZaJte City. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 7 i 

Carlisle S. H. marble and stone worker, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Carlson A. W. accountant, es Quince bet Apricot and Plum 

Carlsen A. N. shoemaker, ne cor 7 E and I S 

Carlsen Anton, shoemaker, ws 3 E bet i and 2 S 

Carlsen Martin, miner, ne cor 7 S and 6 E 

Carney William, laborer, ws 3 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Carney G. H. mining operator, es i W bet 2 and 3 S 

Carnshaw Mark, laborer, nw cor 6 W and I N 

Carpenter Frederick, laborer, nw cor 3 E and 5 S 

Carr John, teamster, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Carr Alexander, telegraph line repairer, es 7 E bet S T and I S 

Carr Charles, engineer, sw cor I E and 4 S 

Carrington B. W. ss S T bet I and 2 E 

Carrington Albert, ns N T bet E and W T 

Carrington C. W. conductor U W R R, ss S T bet I and 2 W 

Carruthers William, miner, se cor I S and I W 

Carson C. P. carpenter, ws 8 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Carson J. A. herder, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Carter Thomas, merchant, res ss I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Carter Robert, grocer, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Carter, C. W. photographer, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Carter W.'C. carpenter, ns 4 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Carter J. B. farmer, se cor 12 E and 9 S 

Cartwright John, grocer, ws i E bet 5 and 6 S 

Case A. T. laborer, ns 5 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Case A. F. carpenter, ns 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Case Eber, bookkeeper, ws 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Case Hyrum, painter, es 6 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Cast E. M. ice dealer, res sw cor 4 S and 10 E 

Castle William, botanic physician, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Castleton Charles, carpenter, sw cor Maple and High 

Castleton James, gardener, sw cor Cherry and Garden 

Catholic Church of St. Magdalen, ws 2 E bet S T and I S 

Cattle J. W. salesman, ns i S bet 4 and 5 E 

Cave F. shoemaker, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 N 

Cecil J. B. (C. & Leith,) ws W T bet 4 and 5 S 

Cederlof John, shoemaker, ne cor 4 S and 10 E 

Cederstrom O. phrenologist, ne cor 5 E and 5 S 

Chadd Mrs. N. green grocer, ns i S bet E and W T 

Chadd Michael, laborer, ss I S bet 5 and 6 W 

Chadwick C. A. bookkeeper, res ns i N bet i 2 W 

Chamberlain J. W. miner, se cor 2 S and 4 W 

Chamberlain Richard, carpenter, ss 5 S bet i and 2 E 

Barratt Bros, FUENITUEE, Salt Lake City Send for Price List 



Hantfsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, S. L. Cif f 



72 Salt Lake City General Director}'. 

Chamberlain J. M. teacher of music, ss 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Chamberlain J. T. salt manufacturer, es 4 W bet S T and I S 

Chamberlain T. T. carpenter, sw cor 2 E and 5 S 

Chamberlain Henry, miner, ns 2 S- bet 4 and 5 W 

Chambers R. C. Sup't O S Mining Co. office ss I Sbet E and \Y T 

Chambers N. G. farmer ss 5 S bet E T and I E 

Chambers Peter, cook, es 2 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Champneys Thomas, clerk, es E T bet N T and I N 

Chandler George, butcher, ss 4 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Chapman A. Scott, dentist, ss 3 S bet E T and W T 

Chapman Joseph, brick layer, es 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Chapman J. S. stone cutter, ns S T bet Arch and Box Elder 

Charles D. J. smelter, es Maple bet Mountain and Summit 

Chase Mrs. M. G. widow, es 8 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Chase Capt. U S Paymaster, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Chase C. A. laborer, ss 8 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Chatfield George, laborer, es 5 W bet S T and I S 

Chatterton John, engineer, nw cor 5 W and N T 

Cheshire Thomas, laborer, es 1 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Cheshire George, brick maker, es 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Cheshire George Jr. harness maker, es 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Chesney James, carpenter, ns 4 S bet W T and I W 

Child E. N. clerk, ss 2 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Child W. B. upholsterer, ws 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Chislett John, merchant, res nw cor E T and 5 S 

Chislett John Jr. clerk, nw cor E T and 5 S 

Chivrell William, shoemaker, ss Garden bet Ash and Beads 

Chreisti C. A. tailor, Plum bet Commercial and I E 

Chrisman Mrs. H. L. ss 5 S bet E and W T 

Christensen, L. laborer, ws 4 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Christiansen P. machinist, ne cor I N and W T 

Christiansen Ellis, tin smith, ws Plum bet Olive and 2 S 

Christopherson Martin, gardener, ns 7 s bet W T and I \V 

Chugg John, brakesman, es 6 W bet N and S T 

Cisler F. grocer, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

City flour mills, ws 2 W bet 4 and 5 N 

City Hall, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

City pottery, Eardley & Croxall, se cor E T and 5 S 

Clark Jefferson, messenger, nw cor Garden and Maple 

Clark L. W, miner, ss I S bet 2 and 3 W 

Clark T. A. librarian, es W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Clark H. tailor, se cor Beach and High 

Clark John, ass't supt. Z C M I, res ns I S bet 3 and 4 W 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallln & 



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Clark J. W. shoemaker, ns N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Clark A. S. miner, ws 3 W bet N T and I N 

Clark Joseph, mason, ss 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Clark George, barber, res es 3 W bet 7 and 8 S 

Clark Mrs. J. widow, es Chestnut bet Prospect and Wall 

Clasbey J. T. saloon keeper, ws 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Clawson John Mrs. ice dealer, alley off I S bet E. T. and I E 

Clawson O. S. clerk, es I E bet S T and I S 

Clawson H. B. merchant, res ss S T cor 3 E 

Clawson S. H. dentist, res ws 2 W bet I and 2 S 

Clawson H, B. Jr. clerk, ns I S bet I and 2 E 

Clays William, saloon keeper, sw cor I W and 5 S 

Clayton John, cutler, nw cor Oak and Bluff 

Clayton Nephi, territorial librarian, office ns I S bet E T and I V. 

Clayton William, auditor, nw cor W T and N T 

Clayton A. prisoner guard, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

Cleghorn Robert, manager drug dep't. Z C M I, res ns Fruit 

bet Beech and Cherry. 

Clemetshaw J. H. trunk maker, ss I S bet E and W T 
Clift House Hotel, N W cor E T and 3 S 
Clinton John, tailor, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 
Clinton J. physician, ns I S bet E T and I E 
Clissold George, painter, ws Cedar bet High and Mountain 
Clive H. C. bartender, ws I W bet 7 and 8 S 
Clive Mrs. C. widow, ns I S bet W T and I W 
Clixby Mrs. E. widow, sw cor Fruit and Birch 
Cloggie William, laborer, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Clohecy T. E. miner, ns S T bet W T and I W 
Clowther, Mrs. S. widow, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Cobb J. T. correspondent, es I E bet S T and I S 
Cobb Mrs. C. school teacher, ne cor I E and S T 
Colin Alexander, (Cohn Bros.) res No. 5 Clift Row 
Colin Louis, (Cohn Bros.) res No. 5 Clift Row 
Cohn H. eggs and butter, office at Auerbach Bros 
Cole H. W. (Cole & Co.) ss 2 S bet E T and i E 
Cole Z. S. farmer, ss S T bet 6 and 7 W 
Cole George, laborer, es 9 E bet S T and I S 
Colbath L. W. mining expert, es 5 E bet S T and I S 
Colebrook Charles, milliner, res es E T bet I and 2 N 
Coleman E. janitor P O, res es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Coleman E. whitewasher, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Collard Mrs. M. widow, 9 Commercial St 
Collett Richard, shoemaker, es Crooked bet 2 N and Cross 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 

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California Lasso Saddles Waflin & -Plckartf, SaTt Lake Cily 

74 Salt Lake City General Directory.. 



Collins Hemy, canvasser, ss S T bet 7 and 8 K 

Collins Kobert r farmer, nw cor S T and Birch 

Collinson M. teamster, ws I W bet 5 and 6 S 

Comton George, engineer, es 5 W bet N and S T 

Condie Peter,, laborer, ws 5 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Condie Robert, miner, nw cor 2 W and 7 S 

Condie G. S, laborer, ws 3 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Condie Thomas, laborer, sw cor 7 S and I W 

Condie Robert, laborer, ws 3 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Congregational Church, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Conklirr ]. C, ore sampler, ne corner 6 E and 3 S 

Connelly John, clerk, ss 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Conner S. D. mining operator, boards at Walker House-. 

Conniff O. M, salesman, n-s iS bet 2 and 3 W 

Conrad Walter, saloon', ns S T, 4 houses east of Eagle Gate 

Conrad Joseph, clerk, nw cor 2 S and 4 W 

Continental Hotel, G, S. Erb, Prop, sw cor i S and W T 

Cook William,, carpenter, sw cor Beach and High 

Cook W. N. blacksmith, us S T, east of Willow 

Cook Q. D. pastry cook, nw cor Willow and Garden 

Cook Frederick, laborer, ne cor 3 W and 7 S 

Cook W. G. contractor, res es I W bet S T and I S 

Cook T. W. carpenter, ITS I S bet i and 2 W 

Cook R. W. carpenter, ns I S bet I and 2 W 

Cook John, butcher, res ws z W bet 3 and 4 N. 

Cook Mrs. S. widow, n?s 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Cook A. laborer, ws 7 W bet S T and I S 

Cook Charles, butcher r ns i S bet E and W T 

Cook David, teamster,, ns 4 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Cook F. J. laborer, ns 7 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Coombs George, painter, se cor Garden and Beach 

Coon John, farmer, ss I K bet 3 and 4 W 

Cooper William, real estate agent, ws I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Cooper Thomas, firemam U S R R ss I S bet 3 and 4 W 

Corkish John, oil merchant, ss I S bet 2 and 3 W 

Corbett Daniel, farmer, nw cor 5" E and 7 S 

Corless Robert, farmer, ns 7 S bet E and W T 

Corless Thomas, farmer ss 7 S bet E and W T 

Corless Henry, teamster, ns 7 S bet E and W T 

Cottam John, chair maker, nw cor 5 W and N T 

Cottle Henry, wagon maker, ne cor Bluff and Hickory 

Cottrell William, laborer, ns 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Coulam Henry, carpenter, ss 2 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City* 



lobby Rldiiu Saddles and Bridles, Wall! n & Pickard,S. L, Ciij 

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Coulam George, carpenter, ns 2 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Coulam Mrs. A. widow, ss S T bet 7 and 3 E 

Coulam John, carpenter, se cor 7 E and S T 

Coult William laborer, ns 5 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Coult James, plasterer, ws 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Council House, sw cor S and E T 

Counsell William, adobe maker, es 7 W bet I and 2 N 

County Court House, ne cor 2 S and 2 W 

Covey Hyrum, freighter, ss 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Covey Joseph, laborer, ns 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Covey Enoch, laborer, nw cor 3 S and 6 E 

Cov'ngton Edward, miner, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Cowan Andrew, plasterer, es 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Cowan John, whitewasher, es 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Cowan William, clerk, es E T bet 5 and 6 S 

Cowan James, laborer, es 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Cowan Alexander, pressman, se cor 6 S and 3 W 

Cowley, G. H. laborer, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Cowley W. J, telegraph operator, ws 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Cowley, J. M. cooper, es 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Cowley William, tailor, ws 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Cowling P. C coal dealer, 16 Commercial street 

Cox Henry, blacksmith, ns S T bet Cherry and Cedar 

Cox Samuel, laborer, ne cor S T and Cherry 

Cox Elijah, barber, sw cor Bluff and Maple 

Cox Edward, carpenter, ns N T bet 3 and 4 W 

Crabbe William, carpenter, ss 2 S bet 8 and g E 

Crabtree William, street car driver, es 8 E between 5 and 6 S 

Cracroft T. painter, ns 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Cracroft James, painter, ns 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Craig Charles, laborer, ws 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Crandall L. S. publisher, res Wasatch building 

Crane J. L. laborer, ne cor 1 2 E and 4 S 

Crane John, second hand store, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Crawford Mrs. M. A. ws 2 W bet 7 and 8 S 

Crawford J. R. dentist, boards Walker House 

Cripps Mrs. E. widow, es 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Crismon J. F. assayer, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Crismon W. S. clerk, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Crismon George, county collector, res ns I S bet I and 2 W 

Crocheron G. W. fish market, ns I S bet E T and W T. 

Crockett, L. E. laborer, es 5 W bet N and S T 

Crockwell J. D. M. physician, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Chairs, Bedsteads Bureaus Stands & Tables, Etc,,Barratt Bros, 



Saddlery &SarfdIery-Hardware,Jobbed by Wallin &Pfckard, S.L,City 

76 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Cromar W. T. salesman, nw cor Bluff and Maple 

Crompton, Stephen, clerk, ns 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Crosier Mrs. M. widow, ws W T bet S T and I S 

Cross Mrs. A. widow, es I E bet 5 and 6 S 

Crouch AVilliam, laborer r es 6 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Crow C. H. harness maker, ss I S bet 9 and 10 E 

Crowther William, laborer, ns 7 S bet I and 2 W 

Crowther James, farmer, es W T bet 5 and 6 S 

Crown Mrs. S. widow, ws I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Croxall Mark, accountant, es W T bet S T and I S 

Croxall J. potter, es I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Culmer Fred, contractor and builder, nw cor Prospect & Oak 

Culmer G. F. merchant, res nw cor Fruit and Ash 

Culmer, W. H. salesman, res nw cor Mountain and Elm 

Culmer H. L. A. (J. C. Graham & Co.) res ws I W bet N T 

and i N 

Cumberland Henry, blacksmith, ws 7 W bet I and 2 N 
Cummings B. F. carpenter, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 
Cummings L. A. teller Des. Nat. Bank, ss S T cor 3 E 
Cummings James W, county treasurer, ns 2 S bet W T and i W 
Cummings M. E. teller Des. Nat. Bank, ws i W bet 4 and 5 N 
Cunningham A. J. blacksmith, ns, 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 
Cunnington John, merchant, nw cor W T and 5 S 
Currie James, salesman, ns 3 S bet E and W T 
Curtis Charles, farmer, nw cor 8 S and 2 E 
Curtis Mrs. C. widow, ws 6 E bet 5 and 6 S 
Curtis Theodore, tent maker, ns 7 S bet E T and i E 
dishing Henry, shoemaker, se cor Ash and Fruit 
Cushing James, night watchman, sw cor S T and 8 E 
Cushing H. C. shoemaker, es 8 E bet i and 2 S 
Cushing John, carpenter, ws 8 E bet i and 2 S 
Cushing Robert, shoemaker, es 8 E bet i and 2 S 
Cushing J. A. janitor PresL J. Taylor, es 8 E bet i and 2 S 
Cuthbert John, farmer, sw cor, 6 E and 8 S 
Cutler John S. grocer, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 
Cutler John C. commission agent, res ss I S bet 3 and 4 AY 
Cutler John, (Cutler Bros.) ne cor I S and 2 W 

D 

Daft A. J. ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Daft Mrs. Robert, widow, ns 5 S bet E T and I E 

Daggett Elsworth, mining engineer, 5 houses east of Eagle Gate 

Orders Solicited) ^Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dun ford's 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Wai lin & PicUardSalt Lake Cify 

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Dahl C. A. es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Dahlgreen L. wood turner, 40 Commercial 

Dalling Marshall, carpenter, se cor Fruit and Maple 

Dalton George, freighter, se cor 3 S and E T 

Dame J. P. tailor, ss 7 S bet E and W T 

Dangerfield Thomas, painter, ns 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Dangerfield Mrs. M. widow, ns S T bet Birch and Hickory 

Dangerfield David, laborer, ss 2 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Daniels Thomas, laborer, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Daniels Daniel, clerk, ns S T bet 7 and 8 W 

Darke S. W. bookkeeper, ss 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Davey Charles, soap manufacturer, es 2 W bet 7 and 8 S 

Davidson M. stock raiser, ss 4 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Davidson Daniel, stock raiser ss 4 S bet bet 5 and 6 E 

Davidson William, stock raiser, ss 4 S bet 5 and 5 E 

Davies Louis, florist, ss 6 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Davis J. S. printer, nw cor 2 E and 4 S 

Davis M. L. physician and surgeon, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Davis G. W. merchant, ns S T between Elm and Maple 

Davis Mrs. E. widow, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Davis William, lather, ns 4 S bet I and 2 E 

Davis William, gardener, ns Fruit bet Beach and Cherry 

Davis J. G. bookkeeper, ws 2 W bet S T and I S 

Davis D. L,. (Day & Co.) res ns S T bet I and 2 W 

Davis R. engineer, res ne cor I S and 6 W 

Davis L. D. miner, se cor 4 E and 3 S 

Davis John, farmer, es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Davis E. A. laborer, es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Davis Thomas, engineer, ns N T bet 6 and 7 W 

Davis John, herder, sw cor I N and 8 W 

Davis D. F. machinist, res ss N T bet W T and I W 

Davis Thomas, section man U S R R, es 6 W bet N T and I N 

Davis John, section man U S R R, es 6 W bet N T and I N 

Davis E. W. conductor, U S R R, ss N T bet W T and i W 

Davis A. W. moulder, es 2 W bet N T and I N 

Davis S. B. miner, es 4 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Davis John, tailor, 32 Commercial St 

Davis Edward, carpenter, es 2 W bet N T and I N 

Davis William, marble worker, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Dawson J. W. wire worker, ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Day Arthur, painter, ns High bet Chesnut and Pine 

Day A. B. turner, ne cor S T and 5 W 

Day Hugh, chair maker, ne cor S T and 5 W 

Mattrasses, all Mods, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bros, 



WULIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS. 

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Dayiies John, merchant, res es Oak bet Fruit and S T 

Daynes J. J. musician, se cor Fruit and Oak 

Dean Joseph, carpenter, Peach st bet Centre and Straight 

Dearden Robert, saloon keeper, ns 3 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Debenham H. W. lab.orer, ne cor 4 S and 5 E 

Decker Perry, stock dealer, es I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Decker Austin, miner, ns 3 N bet 2 and 3 W 

Decker Mrs. Frank, widow, ss 2 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Decker Mrs. S. widow, ws 2 E bet I and 2 S 

De Graff Henry, laborer, se cor 2 N and 5 W 

De Grey Alfred, moulder, ns I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Deighton Frederick, news dealer, res ws 6 E bet I and 2 S 

Deighton Robert, news dealer, res ws 6 E bet I and 2 S 

Dell William, laborer, es Pine bet Wall and Prospect 

Delouche D. miner, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

De Long Palmer, blacksmith, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Denney Charles, printer, ss I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Dent George, clerk, ne cor S T and Cedar 

Deppe William, laborer, ne cor 2 S and 8 E 

Derr William, janitor theatre, ss I N bet 2 and 3 W 

Derr W. H. laborer, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Derrick Z. W. engineer, sw cor 6 E and 2 S 

Derrick, Z. T. pattern maker, ws 6 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Deseret News office, ne cor E T and S T 

Deseret Tannery, ns 4 N bet I and 2 W 

Deseret National Bank, ne cor E T and i S 

Deseret Wagon and Carriage Co. ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Dewey J. H. carpenter, ns 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Dewey B. F. gardener, ns 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Dick James, miner, ss S T bet 8 and 9 E 

Dickerson William, laborer, se cor Wall and Cedar 

Dickert Ferdinand, mining engineer, ws W T bet 3 and 4 W 

Diehl Christopher, hair dresser, res ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Dilley & Pearson, attorneys at law, office Wasatch building 

Dmwoodey James, restaurant, res ws W. T. bet 5 and 6 N 

Dinwoodey Henry, furniture, ws I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Dipton Robert, gardener, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Dobbie John, laborer, es 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Dobson T. night watchman, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Dodge W. H. ice dealer, alley off I S bet E T and I E 

Doman Edward, laborer, ws 3 W bet 7 and 8 S 

Donaldson Mrs. H. widow, ns 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Donelson C. M. lodging house, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Geo. Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



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Donkin J. porter, ns 2 S bet 1 1 and 12 E 

Donkin Thomas, laborer, ns 2 S bet II and 12 K 

Donkin C. B. laborer, ns 2 S bet II and 12 E 

Donnelly Joseph, laborer, nw cor 2 W and 6 S 

Dooly J. E. agent, res es 3 E bet S T and I S 

Doremus Abraham, engineer, es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Doremus H. J. school teacher, es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Dornville James, saddler, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Dougall VV. B. supt Des. Tel. Co., res ws W T bet N and S T 

.Douglas G. C. physician and surgeon, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Dover Joseph, stone cutter, ne cor Quaking Asp and Garden 

Dowden Edwin, clerk, res ns I N bet I and 2 W 

Downing J. G. physician, res ws E T bet 3 and 4 S 

Drake Horace, farmer, es 5 E bet I and 2 S 

Dressier G. W> miner, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Druce John Sr. carpenter, se cor I S and 5 E 

Druce John Jr. carpenter, se cor I S and 5 E 

Druce Henry, engraver, ns 3 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Druce Thomas, laborer, ns 3 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Duddle Mrs. A. widow, ss 3 S bet E and W T ^ 

Due O. F. florist and seedsman, ns I N bet W T and I \V 

Duffin A. laborer, ss 6 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Duke J. J. clerk, es 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Dunbar W. C, (Herald Publishing Co.) ne cor Fir and Garden 

Duncan Mrs. M. A. widow, ns 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Duncan Adam, quarryman, ns 7 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Duncan James, laborer, ne cor 8 E and 7 S 

Duncanson D. M. farmer, sw cor I S and 6 W 

Dunford Frank, clerk, ns S T bet W T and I W 

Dunford M. clerk, ns S T bet W T and I W 

Dunford G. H. clerk, ns S T bet W T and I W 

Dunford George, merchant, res ns S T bet I and 2 W 

Dunne E. F. attorney-at-law, res es 2 E bet S T and I S 

Dunne Daniel, blacksmith, res ss 2 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Durnford A. J. carpenter, nw cor Wall and Maple 

Durnford Mrs. A. widow, ns Wall bet Maple and Elm 

Dwyer James, stationer, res ns N T bet W T and i W 

Dye R. W. hair dresser, res ns I S bet I and 2 E 

Dye Mrs. C. K milliner, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Dye Robert, gardener, nw cor Fruit and Oak 

Dye William, teamster, sw cor Elm and Garden 

Dyer W. C. laborer, ss N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Dykman John, Jr. carpenter, ss 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Feathers &. Pillows assort8d,Mirrors, Brackets & Pictures, Bafratt Brds 



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Eaby John, laborer, es Ash bet High and Mountain 

Eardley Mrs. Z. G-. grocer & dry goods es E T bet 6 and 7 S 

Eardley B. potter, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Eardley James, potter, ss 7 S bet E and W T 

Eardley Bedson, potter, se cor 7 S W T 

Eardley J. W. lumber, es E T bet 6 and 7 S 

Earl Michael, tailor, ne cor Fir and Wall 

Earl J. W. farmer, se cor 5 S 10 E 

Earl Mrs. Jane, widow, ws 9 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Earl Henry, laborer, ws I W bet 7 and 8 S 

Earzom Carl, mason, es 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Eastman Frank, civil engineer, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Ebinet Fred, laborer, Chestnut bet Wall and Prospect 

Eccles Andrew, mason, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Eckstorff Carl, clerk, boards White House 

Eddington William, merchant, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Eddins John, miner, es W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Edenborough Mrs. H. widow, ss S T bet 5 and 6 E 

Edginton William, expressman, ws 8 E bet I and 2 S 

Edmonds William, waiter, ss Prospect bet Pine and Chestnut 

Edmonds Robert, waiter, ne cor Fir and Prospect 

Edmonds Joseph, laborer, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 

Edmonds J. M. dentist, ss 2 S bet 10 and 1 1 E 

Edwards Joseph, brick layer, ss 4 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Edwards Alexander, carpenter, cor Plum and Centre 

Edwards William, farmer, ws W T T bet 6 and 7 S 

Edwards James, plasterer, ss 2 N bet I W and Grape 

Edwards M. mining operator, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Edwards David, laborer, es W T bet N T and I N 

Egan W. M. bee keeper, ne cor 2 N and 2 W 

Egan I. E. laborer, ne cor 2 N and 2 W 

Eilers Antoine, mining engineer, ws Walnut bet Fruit & Garden 

Elker Abe. laborer, ws 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Eldredge H. S. supt. Z C M I, res se cor I S and 2 E* 

Elder J. B. carpenter, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Eleventh Ward co-op store, se cor 7 E and I S 

Eliasoii O. L. jeweler, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Ellis James, packer, ns High bet Oak and Elm 

Ellis Joseph, soap maker, es 4 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Ellis G. S. builder, es 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Ellis Peter, janitor, ss I s bet 4 and 5 E 

The place for Hats, Caps, & Gloves, Geo. Dunforrt. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and FOPS, W.L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

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Ellerbeck T. W. supt, gas works, res ss -I N bet I and 2 W 

Ellsworth Henry, shoemaker, ns I N bet 4 and 5 W 

Ellsworth J. W. teamster, ss S T bet I and 2 E 

Ellsworth B. H. engineer, es 5 W bet S T and I S 

Elsmore Thomas, carpenter, se cor N T and 3 W 

Elvers Carl, miner, ws 2 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Emery George, 'horse trainer, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Emery Henry, packer ws 7 W bet N and S T 

3Emery G. W. governor of Utah, ws W T bet 4 and 5 S 

Emms John, laborer, es 7 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Empey N. clerk, ss S T bet I and 2 W 

Engberg Elof, carpenter, ns 2 S bet 7 and 8 E 

English Andrew, gardener, ne cor 8 E and 8 S 

Engstrom J. P. cabinet maker, ws 2 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Ensign R. farmer, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Ensign Rufus, farmer, ne cor 3 S and 2 E 

Ensign Luman, farmer, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E . 

P^nsign Daniel, laborer, ns 3 S bet -2 and .3 E 

Ensign Henry, laborer, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Ensign Samuel, carpenter, ss 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Ensign J. C. carpenter, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Ensign Horace, porter, ss 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Entwistle Edwin, night watchman, ws 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Erb G. S. propr. Walker & Continental Hotels,res Walker House 

Ericson Mrs. M. widow, es 6 W bet N and S T 

Erickson J. P. shoemaker, ss 5 S bet ,3 and 4 E 

Erick^on Peter, carpenter, es W T bet 7 and 8 S 

Erikson John, saloon, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Erskine A. E. tailor, ns Fruit bet Maple and Locust 

Erskine A. E. Jr. plasterer, ns Fruit bet Maple and Locust 

Estes A. L. miner, ws E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Eureka Hill Mining Company Office, ss I S bet E and W T 

Evans S. L. (Morris & Evans), ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Evans D. M. builder, ss 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Evans Moses, blacksmith, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Evans John, laborer, ns 7 S bet I and 2 W 

Evans J. T. carpenter, ne cor S T and 7 W 

Evans William, painter, es 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Evans C. H. carpenter, ss 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Evans David, plumber, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Evans William, plasterer, ss 6 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Evans C. M. clerk, ss 4 S bet I and 2 W 

Evans Edward, carpenter, ss 3 S bet I and 2 W 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 

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Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Pickard, 8. L. Citij. 



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Evans J. L. carpenter, ns S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Evans Mrs. E, widow, Cross bet Centre and Crooked 

Evans Mrs. R. widow, ss i S bet 6 and 7 W 

Evans Mrs. widow, ns I S bet 5 and 6 W 

Evans Hyrum, mason, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Evans James, carpenter, Spruce bet Wall and Prospect 

Evans John, salesman, ws W T bet 5 and 6 S 

Evans John, printer, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Evaus J. H. laborer, ss S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Evans J. H. blacksmith, ns N T bet 7 and 8 W 

Everett William, laborer, ne cor 6 S and 2 E 

Everett A. night watchman, ne cor 6 S and 2 E 

Everill W. R. stone cutter, ss Mountain bet Cherry and Cedar 

Ewing S, C. Propr. Ciift House, nw cor E T and 3 S 



Fail Frederick, works for G, A. Lowe, res ss S T bet I and2 K 

Fairclough James, turner, ws 2 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Fairclough Peter, stone cutter y ne cor 2 W and 5 S 

Fallon John, clerk Clift House, res same 

Fallen J. M, Clift House saloon, res same 

Farmer John, bookkeeper, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Farnsworth Mrs. Jane, widow, se cor 4 S and I W 

Farr Mrs. A. widow, es W T bet N T and I N 

Faubel Val, butcher, ns 2 S bet E. T. and I E 

Faudon Thomas, shoemaker, ne cor S S and 1 2 E * 

Fawcett W. H. Iaborer,ws 12 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Fehr Christian, barber, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Feighton Mrs. M. widow, es 3 W bet 7 and 8 S 

Felt J. G, clerk, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Felt E. H., U. P. express, ws E T bet N T and i N 

Felt A. W. ws E T bet N T and I N 

Felt N. H. cashier, ws E T bet N T and I N 

Felt George, bookkeeper, ws E T bet N T and I N 

Felt Charles, bookkeeper, ws E T bet N T and I N 

Felt Joseph, salesman, sw cor I S and 7 E 

Fennemore William, carpenter, ns 5 S bet n and 12 E 

Fenton S. F. electrician, ws 2 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Fenton Thomas, nurseryman, sw cor 4 W and 4 S 

Ferguson James, clerk, ss I S bet I and 2 W 

Ferguson Henry, wood dealer, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Ferguson George, watchmaker, ns 7 S bet i and 2 E 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City. 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Piokard, Salt Lake City, 

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Ferguson E, B. physician, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Ferris Franklin, laborer, ss I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Ferron A. D. surveyor, es Pine bet Wall and Prospect 

Fershay Charles, laborer, ne cor Oak and High 

Fewens Mrs. E. widow, sw cor Spruce and Mountain 

Fewkes E. gardener, es 5 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Fielding Mrs. widow, ws 2 W bet N T and I N 

.Fifteenth Ward Co-op store, ns i S bet 2 and 3 W 

Firemen's Hall, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

Firman Daniel, carpenter, ss I S bet W T and I W 

Fisher William, farmer, ss I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Fisher James, peddler, ss 6 S bet I and 2 E 

Fisher Edward, warehouseman, ws Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Fisher J. A. cook, ws Plum bet Olive and 2 S 

Fisher Thomas, laborer, ws 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Fleming Thomas, carrier, nw cor Bluff and Locust 

Fletcher Edwin, carpenter, res iQth ward 

Fletcher Charles, engineer, ns N T bet 6 and 7 W 

Fletcher William, laborer, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Fletcher, Mrs. E. B. widow, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Fletcher J. bookkeeper, ns 8 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Flint William, farmer, es 3 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Flower John, teamster, ws Quince bet Apricot and Plum 

Flowers John, bookkeeper, W F & Co. ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Flowers Mrs. H. widow, ws 9 E bet I and 2 S 

Flygare E. clerk, ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Folland Henry, cabinet maker, ns S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Follahd E. A. pattern maker, ns S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Folsom H. D. carpenter, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Folsom W. H. builder, res ws I W bet S T and I S 

Folsom W. B. carpenter, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Folsom H. P. bookkeeper, res near Hot Spring Lake 

Foote Frank, assayer, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Forbes G. M. bookkeeper, es E T bet 4 and 5 S 

Forbes William, bartender, ws 10 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Ford George, carpenter, ws Elm bet Prospect and Wall 

Fordham George, engineer, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Foreman F. L. miner, ws 2 W bet S T and I S 

Foreman Joseph, carpenter, ws 2 W bet S T and I S 

Forsell Mrs. C. widow, se cor Chestnut and Summit 

Forsythe James, engineer, ns Jtt T bet 2 and 3 W 

Foss Ezra, farmer, ws W T bet S T and I S 

Fossell O. A. laborer, ne cor Fir and High 

Cabinet Work & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of al! kinds, W. L. Plckard, Salt Lake Cfty.. 

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Foster A. E. stage driver, nw cor 2 S and 2 E 

Foster John, laborer, ne cor Garden and Birch 

Foster H. C. carpenter, ws W T bet 3, and 4 S 

Foster Edward, stone cutter, es 8 W bet N and S T' 

Foster W. R. farmer, ws I E bet 4 and 5 S 

Foster W. H. wood turner, es W T bet 6 and 7 S 

Foster W. L. tanner, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3. W 

Foulger John, tailor, ne cor Beech and Fruit 

Foulger W. T. book keeper, sw cor Spruce and Garden 

Foulger H. J. carpenter, ne cor Beech and Garden 

Fowler Mrs. S. widow, ws 2 E bet S T and I S 

Fowler James, stone cutter, es I W bet I and 2 N 

Fowler R. horse shoer, es 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Fowler H. C. deputy assessor, nw cor Wall and Fir 

Fowler Allen, physician, office ws E T bet I and 2 S ' 

Fox M. C. mining operator, boards at Continental Hotel! 

Fox Jesse, Jr. surveyor, ne cor I W and 2 S 

Fox Henry, milkman, nw cor E T and 7 S 

Fox Alexander, photographer, es 3 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Fox J. W. surveyor, ns I S bet I and 2 W 

Francis Thomas, miner, ns I N bet 8 and 9 W 

Frantzen A. grocer, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Franzen John, laborer, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Frazer Mrs. C. widow, Market Row 

Fredrickson C. A, carpenter, ns 9- S bet 7 and 8- E 

Free A. P. farmer, ns Bluff bet Maple and Locust 

Freeman A. stone cutter, ns 7 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Freeze J. P. merchant, nw cor 2 S and" 7 E 

Frewin Alfred, farmer, ss N T bet 2 and 3 W 

Froiseth B. A. M. land attnrney. ns 6 S bet E and W T 

Frost Edwin, blacksmith, es 2 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Frueholtz John, laborer, es 5 E bet 6- and 7 S 

Fryer R. C. night watchman, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Fuller R. S. laborer, ws 4 W bet S T and I S 

Fuller William, printer, Fuller's Hill, JO ward 

Fuller Stephen, laborer, ns S T bet 4 and 5 W 

Fullmer David, stone cutter, es 3 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Fullmer David, farmer, se cor 4 S and 3 W 

Fullmer E. B. stone cutter, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Fulmer H. O. farmer, ws 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Fulmer David, stone cutter, ws 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Furster J.. B. grocer, ss 2 g bet E T and I E 

The Leading Boot, Shoe & Hat House 9 Geo. Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S, L, City 



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Gabbit Mrs. widow, ns 4 S bet W T and I W 

Gabriel A. J. clerk, boards at Walker House 

Gaisford George, laborer, nw cor 4 S and 7 E 

Gallafent Mrs. S. widow, ws 1 1 E bet I and 2 S 

Gallagher James, baker, res cor Centre and Apricot 

Galligan John, dry goods, ss I S bet E and W T 

Gamble Mrs. J. A. widow, ss 5 S bet E. T. and I E 

Gange T. E. tailor, ne cor S T and Poplar 

Gardiner Robert, confectioner, ws E T bet S T and i S 

Gardiner Dr. E. physician, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Gardner Alfred, gardener, es 8 W bet N and S T 

Gardner Henry, laborer, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Garish Mrs. A. widow, sw cor Fruit and Birch 

Garrard Thomas, porter, es 3 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Garrick Alexander, boiler maker, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Garrison J. C. machinist, cor Franklin Avenue and 3 S 

Gayler Henry, painter, ws 2 W bet 5 and 6 N 

Gee W. W. attorney-at-law, ns 5 S bet W T and I W 

Geghouse William, stone cutter, ss 3 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Geissler Christian, gardener, nw cor S T and Elm 

Gemmill A. teamster, es 5 E bet I and 2 S 

Gendrop John, upholsterer, se cor Fruit and Beech 

Gentsch F. C., U. P. express agent, ws 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

George Henry, tailor, ws 2 E bet 6 and 7 S 

George William, laborer, es 5 W bet I and 2 S 

George W. H. expressman, es 9 E bet S T and I S 

Germania S. and R. Co's office, ne cor E T and I S 

Gerstner Joseph, tailor, es 8 E bet S T and I S 

Gibbs G. H. carpenter, ws 4 W bet N T and I N 

Gibbs Mrs. S. widow, ws I W bet I and 2 N 

Gibbs G. F. short-hand reporter, nw cor I S and 3 E 

Gibson Mrs. H. widow, ss N T bet I and 2 W 

Gibson James, mason, ws Locust bet Bluff and Garden 

Gibson William, lumberman, nw cor Elm and Bluff 

Gibson Mrs. J. S. widow, es Elm bet Garden and Fruit 

Gibson T. K. mason, es Chestnut bet Wall and Bluff 

Gilbey M. laborer, es 3 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Gilberson C. M. real estate agent, es W T bet I and 2 S 

Gilbert William, cook, ws Locust, bet Prospect and Wall 

Gilchrist C. K. attorney-at-law, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Giles B. M. grocer, ss i S bet E T and I E 

Barratt Bros., Furniture & Rouse Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

86 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Giles Thomas, laborer, ws 6 AV bet I and 2 S 

Gilkner John, rag dealer, ws 2 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Gill Richard, barber, ne cor S T and Maple 

Gillett Granville, farmer, se cor 4 S and 4 E 

Gillett J. A. .carpenter, ss 4 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Gillett Mrs. E. widow, es 4 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Gillispie James, grocer, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Gillispie Mrs. A. widow, ss S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Gillispie Mrs. M. widow, ss S. T bet 6 and 7 W 

Gilmer J. T. mining operator, res ss 5 S bet E T and W T 

Gilpatrick J. P. furniture, res ns N T bet 2 and 3 W 

Gilroy Mrs. L. A. restaurant, 5 Commercial street 

Gisborn M. T. mining operator, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Glade James, baker, Pine bet High and Mountain 

Glasby William, stone cutter, ns N T bet 8 and 9 W 

Gleason A. M. laborer, sw cor 2 E and 6 S 

Gleason A. L. laborer, sw cor 2 E and 6 S 

Glen Alexander, farmer, ss 6 S bet I and 2 W 

Glen Andrew, miner, se cor 2 S and 10 E 

Godbe A. banker, res ns 2 N bet 2 and 3 W 

Godbe W. S. manager Frisco Smelting Co. es 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Goddard H. H. farmer, es 1 1 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Goddard Joseph, teamster, ns 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Goddard George, manufacturer, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Goforth Mrs. S. E. widow, ne cor I S and 9 E 

Gold S. H. clerk, ws 7 W bet I and 2 N 

Goldberg G. merchant, res ss 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Goldberg E. J. clerk, boards at White House 

Goldberg L. (Goldberg L. & A.) res ne cor 3 E and 3 S 

Goldthwaite George, attorney-at-law, res nw cor E T & 4 S 

Golding R. J. ns I N bet I and 2 W 

Golightly T. carpenter, ss 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Goodman Thomas, carpenter, ws Ash bet Garden and Bluff 

Goodrich W. register clerk P. O., res es E T bet I and 2 N 

Goodspeed H. C. mine owner, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Goodyear Hyrum, shoemaker, res ws iW bet I and 2 N 

Gordon J. M. upholsterer, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Gorlinski Joseph, U. S Dep'y Surveyor, es I W bet 2 and 3 S 

Gorringe William, harness maker, es I W bet 4 and 5 N 

Goss George, railroad operator, ws E T bet 5 and 6 S 

Goss Fredrick, tailor, ns 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Gould A. coal agent, es E T bet S T and I S 

Gould Hiram, miner, es I E bet 5 and 6 S 

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Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

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Gove J. T. Sup't Morgan Smelter, ws W T bet S T and I S 

Graham G. W. farmer, ws E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Graham Mrs. M. widow, ws 10 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Graham Mrs. E. widow, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Graham Joseph, bill poster, ns 8 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Graham W. C. Sr. delivers Deserct News, ne cor 8 S and 10 E 

Graham W. C. Jr. painter, nw cor Prospect and Spruce 

Graham J. C. & Co., Printers, ss i S bet E and W T 

Grames Walter, tailor, ns 7 S bet I and 2 E 

Grant Mrs. M. widow, ws I W bet 2 and 3 S 

Grant Mrs. E. widow, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Grant H. J. insurance agent, ws 2 E bet S T and I S 

Grant Brigham, laborer, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 

Grant Robert, cabinet maker, ns 6 S bet E T and I E 

Graves Mrs. E. widow, ws 4 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Graves Henry, saloon, ns 5 S bet E and W T 

Gray J, C. builder, ws 2 E bet S T and I S 

Gray Peter, rope maker, es 9 E bet I and 2 S 

Gray Albert, carpenter, ns I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Gray M. P. saloon keeper, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Gray A. S. clerk, ss S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Gray John, shoemaker, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Gray A. W. carpet weaver, ss I S bet E and W T 

Gray John, farmer, sw cor 9 S and 5 E 

Green John, carpenter, ss 4 S bet E T and I E 

Green Mrs. Mary, widow, ss S T bet W T and I W 

Green Thomas, painter, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Green T. H. tin smith, es 8 E bet S T and I S 

Greenwald A. boarding house, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Greenig Daniel, boarding house, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

Greenman J. W. Deputy U. S. Marshal, es E T bet 4 and 5 S 

Greensides Henry, laborer, es 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Gregory Mrs. E. widow, ws I E bet 6 and 7 S 

Gregory Henry, machinist, ws 12 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Gregory George, wire worker, se cor 8 S and 12 E 

Gregory Mrs. J. E. hair store, ss I S bet E and W T 

Grenfell G. E. miner, ws 7 E bet S T and I S 

Griffin William, gardener, es 9 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Griffin John, hostler, es I W bet 5 and 6 S 

Griffiths William, laborer, ss 8 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Griffiths Richard, engineer, res ns 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Griffiths Richard, blacksmith, es 5 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Griffiths Edward, carpenter, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, 8. L. City 

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Griffiths D. J. saloon keeper, res es 2 W bet 7 and 8 N 
Griggs T. C. manager I5th ward co-op, ns I S bet 2 and 3 W 
Griggs Mrs. C. F. widow, ws 2 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Grill Phillip, butcher, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Grill J. butcher, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Grimsdell William, printer, ns 4 S bet 7 and '8 E 
Grimsdell William, employe Dcscret News, ss 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Gritton William, laborer, nw cor 6 W and 2 N 
Gritton Thomas, gardener, ns 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Groesbeck Nicholas, real estate owner, res ne cor I N and W T 
Groesbeck William, real estate owner, res ns 4 S bet E T and I E 
Groesbeck J. A. real estate owner, res es W T bet N T and I N 
Groesbeck H. real estate, res ns S T bet W T and I W 
Groo Isaac, farmer, ne cor 4 S and 4 E 
Groo Byron, editor Herald, res se cor 2 W and S T 
Groves W. H. dentist, office over Z C M I drug store 
Grow Joseph, carpenter, nw cor 3 W and 2 N 
Grow Henry, supt. of public works, ws Centre bet Apricot and 

Currant 

Grunden J. L. baker, es 9 E bet S T and I S 
Grundlund N. G. clerk, se cor S T and I W 
Grix Robert, bookkeeper, ws I W bet I and 2 S 
Guiver G. H. butcher, sw cor Fruit and Poplar 
Guiver George, brick maker, es Poplar bet Fruit and Garden 
Guiver G. butcher, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 
Guiwits A. F. farmer, es 12 E bet 9 and 10 S 
Gundry Richard, miner, ns 4 S bet E and W T 
Gunn Benjamin, painter, ss Prospect bet Locust and Ash 
Gunn Alfred, street car driver, es 1 1 E bet I and 2 S 
Gunn John, gardener, se cor I S and 6 E 
Gyllensudn C. Y. shoemaker, ws Franklin Avenue 



Hadley J. R, physician, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Hagan Albert, (Tilford & H.) over Barratt Bros. 

Hagell John, restaurant, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Hagman John, tailor, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Hague George, miner, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Hague J. H. bookkeeper, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Hague James, clerk, ns 5 S bet I and 2 W 

Haigh John, mason, se cor 7 S and I W 

Haight Fulton, supt Davenport mine, es W T bet 4 and 5 S 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin & Pkfcartfs. 

-Salt Lake City General Directory^ 89 

Hair John, laborer, se cor Fruit and Cedar 

Haizelden John, gardener, ws 2 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Hales Stephen, stone cutter, res ws I W bet N T -and I -N 

Halifax Christopher, clerk, jne cor 4 S and I W 

Hall Mrs. S. widow, ns Garden bet Hickory and Arch 

Hall J. T. carpenter, cor Wall and Walnut 

Hall J. R. brick maker, ss S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Hall E. J. miner, ns S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Hall E. F. agent Singer Machine Co. es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Hall Franklin, engineer, es i E bet I and 2 S 

Hall H. W. attorney-at-law, ws I E bet S T and I S 

.Hall T* C. piano repairer, ws 8 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Hall W. C. attorney-at-law, ws i E bet S T and I S 
Hallander John, restaurant, 26 Commercial St 
Halsett Antone, cigars and tobacco, ss i S bet E T and I E 
Hamill Samuel, machine agent, riw cor W T and 2 S 
Hamilton A. N. editor Tribune ^ ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Hamlin George, painter, sw cor Plum and Centre 
Hammer Milton, painter, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Hammer Samuel, blacksmith, ws 5 W bet I and 2 N 
Hammer Paul, painter, sw cor Straight and Peach 
Hampton B. Y, collector, se cor Wall and Elm 

Hampton Benjamin, clerk, res es 3 W T bet N T and I N 

Hampton George, laborer, se cor 2 W and 5 N 

Hanauer A. ore dealer, boards at Walker House 

Hancock John, miner, sw cor 3 W and 2 N 

Hanks Theophilus, miner, ws E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Hanks Ephraim, works U S R R, res es 4 W bet 3 and 4 S 

.Hanks C. D. driver U. P. express, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Hanks Mrs. M. A. widow, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Hanford John, miner, se cor Mountain and Elm 

Hannibal H. farmer, ss 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hannibal Peter, night watchman, se cor 6 E and 2 S 

Hansen L. laborer, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Hansen J. P. shoemaker, ns 9 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Hansen H. shoemaker, es 5 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Hanson William, sewing machine agent, res es Grape St. 

Hanson E. W. Singer machine agent, ws 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hanson Frank, engineer, se cor 6 S and 5 W^ 

Hanstrom F. tailor, ne cor Centre and Currant 

Harding A. L. carpenter, es 3 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Harding Thomas, clerk, ns 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hardly Mrs. G. widow, ns 7 S bet I and 2 W 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S, L, City 
ii 



California Lasso Saddles-Wallin & Picfcard, Salt Lake City* 

90 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Hardman J. laborer, es 2 W bet 6 and 7 S 
Hardman A. farmer, ws 3 W bet 8 and 9 S 
Hardman George, farmer, es 2 W 7 bet 6 and 7 S 
Hardy Thomas, shoemaker, ss Bluff bet Cottonwood and Quak- 
ing Asp 

Hardy Rufus, carpenter, se cor 4 E and S T 
Hardy Eber, laborer, ns I S bet 5 and 6 E 
Hardy C. W. surveyor, ns I S bet 5 and 6 E 
Hardy Harvey, mining operator, ws I W bet N and S T 
Hardy L. farmer, ws 5 E bet S T and I S 
Hardy L. W. bishop 1 2th ward, se cor 4 E and 2 S 
Hardy William, waiter, ws Spruce bet Prospect and High 
Hardy William, laborer, res 17 ward bet Grape and Crooked 
Hardy W 7 illiam, shoemaker, ws W T bet N and S T 
Harkness Robert, attorney-at-law, es 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Harman G. J. carriage painter, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 
Harman Edwin r teamster, ne cor 9 W and I N 
Harman George, painter, ne cor Wall and Elm 
Harman A. D. laborer, nw cor N T and 3 W 
Harman David, laborer, ns N T bet 8 and 9 W 
Harman William, laborer, es 5 W bet I and 2 S 
Harman Charles, laborer, ws 6 W r bet N T and I N 
Harman Charles, shoemaker, ws 7 W 7 bet N and S T 
Harper George, gardener, ne cor 7 S and 4 W 7 
Harper T. E. corset maker, ss I S bet E T and I E res ss 

5 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Harring James, miner, res ws I W bet N and S T 
Harris J. carpenter, es 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 
Harris John, candy maker, es 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Harris W.T. Harris' Club House, State road, 2^4 miles south 
Harris Edmond, cigar dealer, res ne cor 5 S and 6 E 
Harris Thomas, furniture, es 7 W bet I and 2 N 
Harris Thomas, carpenter, ws 5 W bet N T and I N 
Harrison George, gardener, es Cherry bet S T and Fruit 
Harrison Robert, carpenter, 30 Commercial street 
Harrison Mrs. M. J. widow, ns Garden bet Box Elder and Arch 
Harrison E. L. T. architect, 19th ward, Belleview Terrace 
Harrison James, engraver, ns 5 S bet bet 9 and 10 E 
Harrison Joseph, laborer, sw cor 5 W and 3 N 
Harrop Charles, laborer, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 
Harrow Martin, gardener, ns 8 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Hart James, mason, ws 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Hart William, boiler maker, ws Pine bet Prospect and High 

Look for Name, GEO. DVNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



Nobby Biding Saddles and Bridles, Wallln & Pickard,S. L. Oily 

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Harter John, gardener, nw cor 6 S and 6 E 

Hartle William, laborer, ns 4 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Hartwell Elliott, nurseryman, ws 6 E bet I and 2 S 

Hartwell Orville, freighter, ws 6 E bet I and 2 S 

Harup, Mrs. A. widow, res Valley House 

Harver J. M. real estate, res se cor 5 S and W T 

Harvey James, painter, ss 4 S bet 13 and 14 E 

Harvey Charles, works U S R R, res es I W bet N and S T 

Harvey Andrew, watch maker, res Bird bet Narrow and Last 

Haskin, H. C. miner, ss 3 S bet W T and I W 

Haslam J. R. farmer, se cor 7 W and 3 N 

Haslam John, farmer, ws 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Haslam John, blacksmith, sw cor 2 N and 5 W 

Hatfield Samuel, brick maker, es 6 W bet N and S T 

Hauerbach Adolph, watchmaker, 20 Commercial street 

Haven Mrs. J. T. widow, es I W bet I and 2 S 

Hawk William, farmer, es 2 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Hawkes William, parasol maker, ns 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hawkes Samuel, miner, se cor Cherry and Bluff 

Hawkini J. J. trunk maker, es 9 E bet I and 2 S 

Hawkins Mrs. E. grocer, ns S T bet I and 2 W 

Hawkins William, bartender, es I W bet S T and I S 

Hawkins J. B. blacksmith, ne cor I E and 6 S 

Hawkins Riego, farmer, ss 7 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hawkins, Creighton, farmer, ss 7 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hawkins Mrs. H. widow, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Hawley C. L. carpenter, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Hay John, farmer, ws 9 E bet S T and I S 

Hayes William, shoemaker, ss 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Hayhoe John, laborer, nw cor Prospect and Oak 

Haynes Henry, ( Haynes & Son,^ res ss S T bet I and 2 W 

Haynes Hiram, (Haynes & Son,) res ss S T bet I and 2 W 

Haywood Henry, carpenter, sw cor I N and 5 W 

Heagren John, cook, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Heil John, ice dealer, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Heath Frederick, farmer, ws W T bet 6 and 7 S 

Heath Thomas, farmer, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Heath Henry, plumber, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Hedberg A. L. tailor, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Hedger G. W. musician, se cor S T and 9 E 

Hedlor, L. O. laborer, es 1 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Hedquist Alexander, shoemaker, ne cor Spruce and Mountain 

Heesch & Ellerbeck, plumbers, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Chairs, Bedsteads Bureaus Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros, 



Sad'dlery&Saddrepy-Kapdwape,Jobbedby Wallin & PFckard, S.L.CFty 

92 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Hegarty J. miner, ss 4 S bet E and W T 

Heinau M. barber, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Hellstrom C A. laborer, ns I S bet 9 and ro E 

Heljerstrom Mrs. L, widow; sw cor Fruit and Bircfr 

Heman T. H. bookbinder, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Hemenway N. herder, se cor 6 S and I W 

Hempstead C. H. attorney-at-Iaw, res sw cor r N and E T 

Henderson William, miner, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Henderson John, manger W. 17. Tel. Co-, ws 2 E bet S T and 

Hennefer William, barber, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hennefer Abraham, laborer, ne cor 4 E and 9 S 

Hensen P. E. teamster, ss 7 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Hensen James, laborer, ss 5 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Hensen P'. J. laborer, ss 7 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Hensen Frank, miner,, es 4 E bet r and 2 S 

Hensen E. M. cook, ss 5 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Hensen Hens, shoemaker, es 9 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Hepworth John, butcher, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Hepworth Thomas, butcher, ss I 1ST bet 6 and 7 W 

Hepworth Jos. coal and wood, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Hepworth Samuel, butcher, ss r N bet 6 and 7 W 

Herbison H. H. lumber dealer, ss I S bet 3 and 4 W 

Herman E. D. carriage painter, n-s 2' S bet r and 2 E 

Hesse E. H. civil engineer, ss 4 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hewitt Phillip, gardener, es 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Hewlett W. J. laborer, ss I S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hewlett Thomas, shoemaker, 19 w r ard ns Pear St 

Heusser William, gunsmith, ns 7 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Heusser Jacob, gunsmith, ss 7 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Heywood A. R. attorney-at-Iaw. ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Heywood J. L. farmer, ss I N bet E and W T 

Heywood B. B. stock dealer, ss I N bet E and W T 

Hickenlooper W. H. merchant, ws 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Hicks James, farmer, ns 8 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Hicks John, farmer, ns N T bet 2 and 3 W 

Hicks J. N. carpenter, ns 9 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Hicks Edwin, farmer, nw cor 5 E and 9 S 

Higgins Dr. physician, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Higham Thomas, gardener, es Maple bet Fruit and Garden* 

Higson John, miner, es i W bet 5 and 6 S 

Hill G. E. farmer, ns 8 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hill B. P. ass't clerk 3rd District Court, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hill C. S. clerk District Court, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo, 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Wallin & Pickard,Salt Lake City 



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Hill George, laborer, ss 3 S bet W T and I W 

Hill H. saloon keeper, ns 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Hill A. S. merchant, ws E T bet 3 and 4 S 

Hills S. H. clerk U S R R, es 2 W bet I and 2 S 

Hills Lu S. Cashier Deseret Nat'l Bank, ws I W bet I and 2 S 

Hill A. N. night watchman Z C M I, sw cor 5 W 3 N 

Hill Harry, laborer, ss 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Hill John, shoemaker, es 4 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Hillam Rodney, clerk, ws 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Hillier John, carpenter, ss N T bet 6 and 7 W 

Hillstead John, assayer, nw cor Garden and Arch 

Hilton David, butcher, sw cor Garden and Oak 

Hilton George, brick maker, ss 8 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Hilton James, bartender, ss 2 S bet 10 and 1 1 E 

Hilton William, night watchman, ws 1 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hilton D. R. blacksmith, ns Prospect bet Maple and Elm 

Hilton Allen, teamster, se corner Elm and Bluff 

Hinds William, laborer, es 5 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Hines Frank, miner, es Spruce bet Prospect and High 

Hirschman Henry, trader, ss 4 S bet W T and I W 

Hirschman Moses, miner, ns 4 S bet W T and I W 

Hiskey William, conductor U S R R, es 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Historian's Office, ss S T bet E T and I E 

Hobbs Leroy, builder, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Hocking Mrs. H. widow, ns I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Hodder Frederick, carpenter, es 9 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Hodges W. A. assayer, res ws 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Hodge William, moulder, ws I W bet N T and I N 

Hodgson P, builder, ss 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Hoffman Frank, attorney-at-law, ss 2 S bet W T and I W 

Hofhiens Peter, mason, ws 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hogan Mrs. A. widow, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Hogan George, farmer, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Hogan O. P. teamster, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Hogan G. C. harnessmaker, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Hoge E. D. attorney-at-law, ss S T bet 6 and 7 E 

Hogle James, (Clasbey & H.) res ws 4 E bet S T and I S 

Hold James, miner, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Hoagland John, farmer, sw cor I W and 2 S 

Holden Mrs. E. widow, ws 6 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Holden L. E, mine owner, se cor S T and 5 E 

Holden Nephi, laborer, ns S T bet Cedar and Birch 

Holding E. G. shoemaker, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Mattrasses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt 



WiLLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS. 

94 Salt Lake City General Directory, 



Holingren Mrs. widow, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Holland Dr. J. M. physician, es Fir bet Mountain and High 

Holland Henry, laborer, ns Bluff bet Walnut and Chesnut 

Holland Moses, engineer, res es 2 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Hollberg C. B. butter and eggs, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Holling Mrs. E. widow, ss S T bet 6 and 7 E 

Hollingworth Thomas, tailor, es Spruce bet Prospect and High 

Hollister O. J. collector internal revenue, ws W T bet 3 & 4 S 

Holmes Mrs. widow, ns 3 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Holmes Wilson, works at U S R R, ns I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Holsen C. M. cigar maker, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Holt Charles, painter, es 4 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Holy Cross Hospital, ws 5 E bet S T and I S 

Hood Mrs. O. widow, se cor N T and 2 W 

Hook Louis, saddler, es 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hooper Thomas, machinist, ss I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Hooper Edward, carpenter, ws 2 W bet N T and I N 

Hooper W. H. pres. Des. Nat. bank, res es I W bet 2 and 3 N 

Hooper W. J. boot and shoe maker, res es 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Hopfenbeck Antoine, tin smith, se cor Birch and Wall 

Hopper Abraham, blacksmith, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Hopwood William, toys and notions, ns i S bet E and W T 

Hopwood W. M. clerk, 17 ward Arsenal Hill 

Horn R. B. saloon, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Home Joseph, justice of peace, ss 2 S bet W T and I W 

Home J. P. clerk, ss 2 S bet W T and i W 

Home Thomas, laborer, ws Pine bet Prospect and High 

Horsley Clem, expressman, ns Wall bet Fir and Spruce 

Horsley Harry, actor, es Oak bet Wall and Prospect 

Horseman W. bootmaker, ns 2 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Householder Albert, laborer, es 6 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Householder J. laborer, es 6 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Hovey A. A. laborer, nw cor I W and 5 N 

Hovey Mrs. A. D. widow, nw cor I W and 5 N 

Hovey O. D. physician, res 19 ward 

Hovey O. D. Jr. laborer, ns 5 N bet I and 2 W 

Howard John, clerk, es Fir bet Garden and Fruit 

Howard Thomas, farmer, ss 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Howard J. R. clerk, ns Wall bet Maple and Elm 

Howard F. E. farmer, ss 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Howard W. O. school teacher, ss 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Howard James, teamster, ns 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Howarth Robert, miner, ss 7 S bet E and W T 

Geo. Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & Pickard carry fall lines Trotting and Racing Goods, 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 95 

Howcroft Nephi, miner, res 19 ward 

Howe Amos, (Davis H. & Co.) res ns I N bet W T and I W 

Howe Edgar, pattern maker, ss High bet Oak and Fir 

Howells Thomas, stone mason, es 6 W bet S T and I S 

Howell Peter, stone cutter, ws 7 W bet N T and I N 

Howell W. J. laborer, sw cor 5 S and 5 E 

Howks Nathan, teamster, ss N T bet W T and I W 

Hudson R, S. stock raiser, ws W T bet S T and I S 

Hudson T. N. cabinet maker, es Centre bet Plum and Peach 

Hudson Leonard, pattern maker, ss 5 N bet I and 2 W 

Huey C. P. att'y at law, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Huey Mrs. C. widow, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Huey Mrs. Mary, widow, ss 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Hughes John, stone cutter, es 6 W bet I and 2 S 

Hughes F. B. painter, ss 2 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Hughes William, shoemaker, sw cor I E and 4 S 

Hulbert William, carpet weaver, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Hull Thomas, clerk, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Hulse James, works Walker Bros, es Birch bet Fruit and Garden 

Hunt Isaac, expressman, ws 9 E bet I and 2 S 

Hunt W. H. carpenter, nw cor W T and 2 S 

Hunt Charles, night watchman, ns I S bet I and 2 W 

Hunter Abraham, teamster, ss N T bet 9 and 10 W 

Hunter Jacob, laborer, ns N T bet 5 and 6 W 

Hunter D. W. carpenter, ws W T bet N T and I N 

Hunter Edward, presiding Bishop, ws W T bet N T and I N 

Hunter James, carpenter, ns 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Hunter S. gardener, se cor E T and 6 S 

Hunter B. miner, es 6 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Hunter James, laborer, ss 4 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Hunter Isaac, farmer, es 5 W bet N T and I N 

Hurd William, whitewasher es 8 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Husban Charles, engineer, es 5 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Husler & Gebhardt, bakery, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Hutchings J. E, miner, ns I S bet W T and I W 

Hutchings Joseph, miner, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Hutchison John, gardener, ss 4 S bet 1 1 and 12 E 

Hutchison D. carriage maker, 15 Commercial St 

Hyde F. H. Clerk, U P express, ns N T bet E and W T 

Hyde W. supervisor and jailor, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

Hyde A. E. salesman, ns N T bet E and W T 

Hyde C. W. upholsterer, es I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Hyler M. carpenter, sw cor 6 E and 4 S 

Feathers &. Pillows assorted,Mirrors,Brackets &. Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickard 

96 Salt Lake City GeneraftDirectory. 

Hymlmaii William, attorney-at-law, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

I 

Iliff Rev. T. C. presiding elder M E church, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Ingham Charles, laborer, sw cor 6 S and 2 W 

I. O. O. F. Hall, ne cor E T and I S 

Ireland A. E. merchant, res ss I S bet 2 and 3 W 

Irons J. W. agent U P R R. res es i E bet S T and i S 

Irvin Robert, clerk, es i W bet 6 and J S 

Irvin James, bartender, sw cor W T and 2 S 

Irvin R. H. bartender, ss 3 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Irvine Robert, farmer, ws 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Irvine John, car inspector, U S R R, res ss S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Irvine George, laborer, res nw cor 4 W and 6 S 

Irvine J. D. stone cutter, ns 4 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Irvine William, laborer, ss 3 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Isaac Morris, trader, ss i S bet E and W T 

Isaac John, mason, res ns i N bet 6 and 7 W 

Isom Alfred, upholsterer, se cor High and Elm 

Ivesen Soren, farmer, ns 7 S bet 3 and 4 E 



Jacobs Z. conductor U C R R, se cor i N and W T 

Jacobsen A. pattern maker, ws 6 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Jacobson Mrs. Mary, widow, es Franklin Avenue 

Jacobson J. W. B. barber, es 7 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Jack Thomas, farmer, se cor 7 S and 8 E 

Jack James, territorial treasurer, nw cor 2 S and 5 E 

Jackman A. R. clerk, es 2 W bet S T and I S 

Jackson F. B. drayman, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Jackson S. laborer, sw cor Mountain and Maple 

Jackson William, fireman U C R R, es 6 W bet N T and i N 

Jackson Edward, laborer, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Jackson S B teamster, ns 6 S bet I and 2 W 

James John, plumber, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

James David, plumber, sw cor 3 S and W T 

James W. F. miner, ws W T bet I and 2 S 

James Thomas, carpenter, es 7 E bet 3 and 4 S 

James Joseph, miner, ns 5 S bet I and 2 W 

James Mrs. S. E. widow, ne cor 4 S and 7 E 

James Richard, laborer, ns Prospect bet Ash and Beach 

The place for Hats, Caps & Gloves, Geo. Dunford. 



Cash paid fop Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Piekard, Salt Lake City, 

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James S. farmer, ns 8 S bet 8 and 9 E 

James D. W. plumber sw cor 3 S and W T 

Janney T. A. saloon, res ns 2 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Jaques John, historian, ss S T bet 5 and 6 E 

Jarman William, mining operator, ns 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Jeffs E. fireman, se cor 4 N and 6 W 

Jeffs William, engineer U C R R, ws 5 W bet I and 2 N 

Jeffs William, ns I N bet 6 and 7 W 

Jenkins J. T. W. blacksmith, se cor S T and 2 E 

Jenkins William, stock raiser, ws E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Jenkins J. A. farmer, ss 6 S bet E and W T 

Jenkins J. W. harness maker, res ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Jenkins Thomas, farmer, ss 6 S bet E and W T 

Jenkins William, laborer, ws 4 W bet S T and I S 

Jennens B. W. E. bookkeeper, ss N T bet E T and I E 

Jennings W. (J. & Sons,) ns S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Jennings F. W. (J. & Sons.) ws 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Jennings Thomas, (Jennings & Sons.) sw cor Walnut & Fruit 

Jensen J. S. watchmaker, es 4 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Jensen C. F. shoemaker, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Jensen C. J. shoemaker, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Jensen James, laborer, se cor 9 E and 2 S 

Jensen N. wood turner, es 4 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Jensen J. C. tailor, es 4 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Jensen S. sectionman, U S R R. ws 5 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Jensen H. laborer, ss 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Jensen Jacob, laborer, ss 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Jensen Peter, carpenter, es 9 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Jensen Mrs. M. widow, ne cor Ash and Mountain 

Jensen J. farmer, ns 4 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Jeremy T. E. gardener, nw cor S T and 6 W 

Jeremy John, teamster, ns S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Jeremy Thomas, salt dealer, res es 6 W bet N and S T 

Jeremy David, gardener, ne cor 2 N and 5 W 

Jergensen Ole, carpenter, ns 3 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Jessen Adolph, Deputy U S Surveyor, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Jillson Mrs. J. widow, ss 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Johansoii Julius, tailor, ne corner Locust and Bluff 

John David, laborer, ss 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Johnson Mrs. C. widow, ss 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Johnson Mrs. A. widow, es Locust bet Garden and Fruit 

Johnson Mrs. E. widow, ws 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Johnson A. J. merchant, ns S T bet 2 and 3 E 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid W eight, Barratt Bros. 

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Johnson Thomas, gardener, sw cor Garden and Box Elder 

Johnson S. miner, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Johnson A. shoemaker, ws Pine bet Prospect and High 

Johnson J. W. mason, nw cor W T and 3 S 

Johnson H. D. att'y at law, es Elm bet Prospect and Wall 

Johnson B. section man U S R R, nw cor 3 W and I S 

Johnson Daniel, teamster, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Johnson John, mason, ws 2 W bet N T and I N 

Johnson Edwin, laborer, ns 4 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Johnson James, farmer, es 3 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Johnson Thomas, delivers Descret News, es 10 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Johnson C. W. saddler, ss 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Johnson John, grocer, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Johnson Andrew, clerk, ws 3 W bet I and 2 S 

Johnson M. Q. salesman, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Johnson Thomas, farmer, ws 2 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Johnson J. O. shoemaker, igth ward, Arsenal Hill 

Johnson C. A. laborer, res iQth ward 

Johnson Benjamin, mason, ne cor 5 N and 2 W 

Johnson G, L, farmer, se cor Pine and High 

Johnson C. J. mine owner, ws 6 E bet I and 2 S 

Johnson John, tailor, ws Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Johnson L, C. messenger U P express res nw cor 3 S and 3 W 

Jonasson S. J. attorney-at-law, res Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Jones Mrs. N. widow, ws 2 W bet I and 2 S 

Jones Mrs. Mary, widow, sw cor 6 W and 2 N 

Jones Mrs, E W. widow, ss 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Jones Mrs. E. G. ws 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Jones Mrs. E. widow, ws 6 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Jones Mrs. M. E. widow, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Jones W. R. tailor, nw cor 3 W and 2 S 

Jones William, plasterer, ss S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Jones George, miner, ss S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Jones F. P. plasterer, ss S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Jones J. R. laborer, ns I S bet 5 and 6 W 

Jones W L. bookkeeper, ns S T bet Fir and Oak 

Jones J. T. laborer, se cor Maple and Bluff 

Jones William, jeweler, ne cor 4 N and 6 W 

Jones Wiley, herder, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Jones Evan, engineer, ns I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Jones C. C. ns i N bet 6 and 7 W 

Jones E. W. mining operator, es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Jones T. J. farmer, es 6 W bet N and S T 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City. 



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Jon^s N. V. policeman, nw cor 2 W and 2 S 
Jones Brigham, freighter, ss 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Jones P. B. laborer, ws 7 W bet S T and I S 
Jones Robert, blacksmith, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 N 
Jones T. C. brush maker, ss 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Jones J. carpenter, nw cor 3 S and 4 W 
Jones John, tinsmith, cor Narrow and Bird 
Jones John W. clerk, es Grape bet Currant and I N 
Jones G. R. lime dealer, Market Row 
Jones E. E. farmer, es 6 E bet S T and I S 
Jones Richard, laborer, es 6 E bet I and 2 S 
Jones W. H. carpenter, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Jones Ephraim, laborer, sw cor 9 E and 2 S 
Jones Edward, laborer, ns 7 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Jones T. R. banker, es 5 E bet S T and I S 
Jones O. stone mason, es 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Judd T. A. gardener, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 
Josliii & Park jewelers, ws E T bet I and 2 S 
Judsen Benjamin, engineer, es 13 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Juvenile Instructor Office, ns S T bet I and 2 W 

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Kalm S. (Kahn Bros.) ss 4 S bet E and W T 

Kalm E. (Kahn Bros.) ss 4 S bet E and W T 

Kaighn M. M. att'y at law, boards Walker House 

Kalquist C. clerk, 17 ward 

Kammerle F. carpenter, ws 7 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Katz Michael, carpenter, ss 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Katz S. carpenter, ss 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Katz Alma, freighter, ss 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Kay D. bootmaker, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Kay L. gardener, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Kay Mrs. E. M. widow, ne cor 2 S and 5 E 

Keates James, miner, ns 6 S bet E T and I E 

Keaton G. D. laborer, se cor 5 S and 4 W 

Keddington J. W. teamster, ns 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Keddington Joseph, laborer, sw cor 5 S and 9 E 

Kelsey L. S. ws W T bet I and 2 S 

Kelsey Eli B. real estate agent, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Kelson W. J. shoemaker, se cor 8 E and 2 S 

Kelly J. B. book binder, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Kelly J. J. mason, I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Cabinet Work & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of al! krnds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake CHy. 

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Kelly John, works U S R R, nw cor 3 W and I S 
Kelly A. H, bookbinder., es Centre bet Pliam and Apricot 
Kelly G. B. bookbinder, es Centre bet Plum and Apricot 
Kemp William, tanner, ws I W bet I and 2 N 
Kendall James, carpenter, ss N T bet 6 and 7 "W 
Kendall Alfred, laborer, ss 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Kendall Henry, tailor, ws 7 E bet 2. and 3 S 
Kennedy Daniel:, painter, nw cor 2 S and 2 E 
Keroff Peter, shoemaker, ws 3 W bet 5 and 6 S 
Kerr J. W. mining operator, ws 1 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Kershaw Alexander, stone cutter r se cor I W and 7 S 
Kesler Mrs, E. widow, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 
Kesler L, section hand U S R R, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 
Kesler Frederick, millwright, es 3 W bet N and S T 
Keyes R, A. clerk, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 
Keyser Aaron, prop S L brewery, ne cor 5 S and 10 K 
Keyser Mrs. R. widow, ws 3 E bet 4 and 5 S 
Kiddle N. W. clicker, es W T bet N T and I N 
Killpack William, weaver, cor Pine and Fruit 
Kimball Mrs. A. A. widow, ns 4 N bet 2 and 3 W 
Kimball Mrs. J. B. widow, ne cor E T and 4 S 
Kimball Mrs, P. L. widow, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 
Kimball Mrs, S. M. widow, nw cor I S and 2 W 
Kimball F. D. bookkeeper, nw eor I S and 2 W 
Kimball Mrs. Mary, widow, nw cor I W and I N 
Kimball J. H. mill owner, ss N T bet E T and I E 
Kimball & Lawrence, groceries, nw cor E T and r S 
Kimball H. P. stock dealer, es E T bet N T and i N 
Kimball Mrs. M. R. widow, es E T bet N T and I N 
Kimball J. laborer, ss I N bet E and W T 
Kimball Charles, clerk, ws E T bet N T and I N 
Kimball William, P City stage line, ss 5 S bet E and W T 
Kimball Mrs. A. widow, ss I N bet E and W T 
King George, laborer, es 10 E bet 6 and 7 S 
King E. H. miner, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 
King Edward moulder, ss I S bet 4 and 5 W 
Kingdon John, miller, sw cor 4 W and 3 N 
Kingdon Mrs. L. widow, sw cor 4 W and 3 N 
Kinghorn Alexander, engineer, es 6 E bet 6 and 7 S 
Kingsbury J, C. clerk, se car 3 E and 2 S 
Kinnersley William, clerk, nw cor Plum and Centre 
Kinnersley Henry, shoemaker, ne cor Centre and Plunr 
Kinsey Mrs. Ruth, widow, es E T bet 7 and 8 S 

The Leading Hoot, Shoe & lint House, Geo* Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf &. Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S, L, City 



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Kirby R. M. Rev. Episcopalian clergyman, sw cor 2 E and S T 

Kirby William, bartender, ns 5 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Kirkendall Isaac, clerk, sw cor 5 S and W T 

Kirkham William, carpenter, ns 6 S bet E T and I E 

Konnecke Emil, saddler, Commercial street 

Knapp John, barber, nw cor 2 S and 6 E 

Kneass E. R. works California brewery, es 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Knight James, brickmaker, ne cor 6 E and 8 S 

Knight Oswell, laborer, ns 4 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Knight John, wagon maker, ns I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Knight James, laborer, se cor 2 E and S T 

Knight Mrs. M. widow, es 3 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Knight Charles, farmer, es 2 W bet 7 and 8 S 

Knight Mrs. C. widow, ns High bet Spruce and Pine 

Knight William, boot fitter, ws Spruce bet High and Mountain 

Knight R. J. boot closer, nw cor High and Spruce 

Knox William, carpenter, ne cor 3 W and 5 S 

Kunkel Solomon, miner, ss I S bet W T and I W 



Lake S. T. laborer, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 
Laker Edworth, gardener, ss 3 S bet 8 and 9 E 
La Mar Charles, musician, ns 3 S bet 8 and 9 E 
Lamb John, works U S R R, ns 2 N bet 3 and 4 W 
Lambert G. C. (Lambert & Cannon) res ns 5 S bet W T and I N 
Lambert Charles, contractor, I W bet 3 and 4 S 
Lambert C. J. Supt. Deseret Paper Mills, ws I W bet 3 and 4 S 
Lambert R. G. bookkeeper Deseret News 
Lambert & Cannon, book publishers, ns S T bet I and 2 W 
Lambourne George, tinsmith, ws I W bet 5 and 6 N 
Lambourne Alfred, artist, ss High bet Maple and Elm 
Lambourne W. R. clerk, se cor Fir and Prospect 
Lambourne William, paper hanger, es Fir bet Wall and Bluff 
Lambson A. B. carpenter, sw cor I W and N T 
Laney George, farmer, nw cor 6 S and 9 E 
Lancaster O. H. laborer, es 4 E bet 4 and 5 S 
L.aiige Charles, California Bakery, ns i S bet E and W T 
Lannan J. A. butcher, ss i S bet 9 and 10 E 
Lannan P. H. butcher, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Lapham Mrs. M, Agent Pattern Bazar and Dressmaker, ns 
i S bet E and W t 



Barratt Bros., Furniture & House Goods, 8. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

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Larson John, miner, ns 5 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Larson John, tailor, Straight bet Plum and Peach 

Larsen C, mason, ns 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Larsen John, laborer, ns 8 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Larsen N. S. book agent, nw cor S T and Quaking Asp 

Larsen Lars, laborer, se cor Pine and Summit 

Larsen John, carpenter, es Hickory bet Bluff and Wall 

Larsen J. L. ink manufacturer, es 2 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Larsen John, laborer, ss Pear bet Central and Straight 

Larsen J. M. carpenter, es 7 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Latey J. H. bookkeeper, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Latham James, laborer, sw cor 3 S and 4 W 

Latham J. H. bartender, ss 3 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Latimer James, weaver, ns N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Latimer T. (L., Taylor & Co.) ns Prospect bet Pine and Chestnut 

Lawrence Mrs. J. widow, es I AV bet N and S T 

Lawrence Joab, mining operator, res at Continental Hotel 

Lawrence & Burgess, mining operators, ss I S bet E and W T 

Lawrence William, salesman, ss 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Lawrence H. W. (Kimball & L.) ss 3 S bet E T and i E 

Lawrence George, boot maker, es 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Lawson Mrs. C. widow, ws 6 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Lawson J. P. mining operator, nw cor Spruce and Fruit 

Lawson A. laborer, nw cor 3 E and 4 S 

Lawson James, laborer, ns 6 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Lawson James, blacksmith, ws 2 W bet N T and I N 

Lawson John, grocer, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Lawson Spiers, grocer, ns 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Lawson Ander, laborer, ns'S T bet W T and I W 

Leach James, farmer, sw cor 7 S and 5 E 

Leaker D. W. butcher, ss I S bet 6 and 7 E 

Leaver S. S. school teacher, es I E bet 3 and 4 S 

Leavitt John, road master U S R R, ns S T bet W T and I W 

Ledingham Alexander, tin smith, se cor S T and 7 W 

Lee Mrs. F. widow, sw cor 2 W and 3 N 

Lee Alfred, tanner, ws 3 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Lee J. H. cabinet maker, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Lees J. freighter, ns 4 N.bet 5 and 6 W 

Lees John, laborer, sw cor 5 W and 4 N 

Lees John, farmer, nw cor 5 W and 4 N 

Lees James, clerk, ns 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Lefler J. M. miller, nw cor 9 S and 9 E 

Leggett William, farmer, se cor Cherry and Bluff 



Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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Leggett William Jr. gardener, ss bluff bet Cherry and Cedar 

Leith Albert, (Cecil & L.) es E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Leonard J. M. shoemaker, ns 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Lenzi M. Jr. miner, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Lenzi M. painter, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Leopold W. canvasser, ns 5 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Lepham William, miner, ns I S bet E and W T 

Leviberg J. cigars and tobacco, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Levy Samuel, cigar manufacturer, res ns 3 S bet W T and i W 

Levy D. merchant tailor, ss I S bet E and W T 

Lewis Mrs. H. widow, es 7 W bet N T and I N 

Lewis Mrs. H. A. widow, ns I E bet I and 2 S 

Lewis Mrs. A. widow, es Pine bet Garden and Fruit 

Lewis T. B. supt county schools, nw cor Elm and Fruit 

Lewis J. S. shoemaker, ns I S bet 5 and 6 W 

Lewis George, laborer, es 7 W bet N T and I N 

Lewis David, 17 ward es Grape St 

Lewis J. S. clerk, 17 ward es Grape St 

Lewis S. H. attorney-at-law, office Wasatch building* 

Lewis Frederick, machinist, ns 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Lewis John, carpenter, ns 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Lewis J. B. carpenter, ws Spruce bet Fruit and Garden 

Lewis Barbour, attorney-at-law, nw cor S T and Locust 

Leyland Henry, cook, ns 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Liberal Institute, es 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Liddel J. (Sears and L.) res es 7 E bet S T and I S 

Lienhard Godfrey, watchman, es cor Wall and Prospect 

Lindsay Mrs. D. widow, es I W bet N and S T 

Lindsay Mark, merchant, sw cor Fruit and Beech 

Lindsay J. G. miner, ns Garden bet Pine and Chestnut 

Lindsay J. S. actor, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Lindsley William, machinist, es 6 W bet N T and I N 

Lindsley E. physician, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Linnell Henry, iron founder, ws 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Linnell Henry, Jr. iron moulder, ws 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Linroot Peter, laborer, Straight bet Peach and Plum 

Linsley N. E. miner, es 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Lipman & Davis, clothiers, es E T bet I and 2 S 

Lipper Mrs. M. J. widow, es I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Little George, teamster, se cor 5 E and 6 S 

Little Edward, merchant, ss I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Little J. T. (L. & Roundy,) sw cor I S and 2 E 

Little Feramorz, mayor, sw cor i S and 2 E 

Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City-Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, 8. L. City 



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Little J. C. farmer, ne cor I S and 2 E 

Littlewood Joseph, carpenter, ss 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Littley George, laborer, ws 2 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Livesey John, laborer, ss 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Livingstone, Mrs. E. widow, se cor 8 E and 4 S 

Livingston William, stone mason, ns 2 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Livingston James, mason, ne cor Elm and Fruit 

Livingston James, Jr. blacksmith, ns Fruit bet Elm and Maple. 

Livingston Charles, policeman, es 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Lloyd Amos, shoemaker, se cor 12 E and I S 

Lloyd J. P. carpenter, ws 9 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Lloyd John, boot maker, res ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 

Lloyd Henry, laborer, res Narrow bet Birch and Pear 

Lloyd W. J. shoemaker, ns I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Lloyd W. T. painter, ns I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Lloyd Thomas, laborer, es Box Elder bet Garden and Fruit 

Lloyd Frederick, shoemaker, nw cor 1 2 E and I S 

Lloyd Henry, laborer, Quaking Asp bet Bluff and Wall 

Locke J. M. mining operator, ns I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Lockhart J. J. agent Singer Mfg. Co. ss i S bet E and W T 

Lockley Frederick, editor Tribune, res es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Lockwood G. P. mining operator, ns I N bet E and W T 

Lodge R. J. horse shoer, 38 Commercial St 

Lollin John, liquor dealer, ns 4 S bet I and 2 W 

Lomax J. D. attorney-at-law, ss 3 S bet E T and I E 

London Bank of Utah, (Limited,) es E T bet i and 2 S 

Long Mrs. B. S. fancy goods, ns i S bet E T and I E 

Long Mrs. H. widow, es 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Long Mrs. L. widow, es 2 E bet i and 2 S 

Long Mrs. S. widow, es 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Long John, laborer, es 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Longmore William, tailor, nw cor S T and Arch 

Longstreet S. P. attorney-at-law, es W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Love John, street car driver, se cor 4 S and 5 W 

Love David, adobe maker, se cor 4 S and 5 W 

Love David, brakesman, U S R R, ws 3 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Love Henry, laborer, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Lovell C. W. printer, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Lovendahl T. printer, es 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Lovendahl J. printer, es 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Lowengrund Albert, clerk, ss 6 S bet E and W T 

Loveridge Ledrew, carpenter, sw cor 4 S and 12 E 

Lovesy Edward carpenter, es 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Durford. 



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Lovesy Henry, laborer, es 4 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Lowe James, clerk land office, ns j S bet 3 and 4 E 

Lowe George A. agricultural implements, es .1 E bet i & 2 S 

'Lowe John, laborer, ns 5 N bet I and 2 W 

Lowe A. J. clerk, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Lowell J. W. wagons &c., ws Spruce bet Bluff and Wall 

Lowry Thomas, carpenter, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Lucas J. L. grocer, es 2 E bet 6 and j S 

Lucas Amos, butcher, ns Wall bet Ash and Locust 

Lucas Charles, butcher, nw cor Ash and Wall 

Luchens Henry, cook at Walker House, res same 

Ludlow Mrs. widow, ns Bluff bet Cottonwood and Quaking Asp 

Ludlquist J. carpenter, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Luff Henry, carpenter, ne cor Fir and Bluff 

Luff George, carpenter, sw cor Wall and Oak 

Lufkin G. W. laborer, es I W bet I and 2 S 

Luis John, boiler maker, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 

Luke G. A. stocking manufacturer, ss I S bet E and W T 

Lund H. C. laborer, es 4 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Lundell E. tailor, res Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Lunnjohn, laborer, ws 12 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Lupton Mrs. M. widow, ws .2 W bet N T and I N 

Lyland W. T. laborer, ss S T bet 8 and 9 E 

Lyman C. W. (Wallace & L.) res ss I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Lynch J. T. postmaster, ss 3 S bet W T and I W 

Lynch Mrs. E. R. widow, es I E bet 3 and 4 S 

Lynch P. H. porter at Walker House, res same 

Lynch W. T. porter at Walker House, res same 

Lynch William, steward St. M. Hospital, es .2 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Lyne T. A. actor, ns I S bet 4 and 5 E 

Lyne C. & Co. druggists, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Lyngberg F. G. grocer, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Lyiin S. J. supt. S. N. lumber Co. ws 4 E bet S T and I S 

Lyon J. D. plasterer, ws 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Lyon A. C. farmer, ns I N bet 3 and 4 W 

Lyon John, nw cor Garden and Oak 

Lyon John, farmer, sw cor Spruce and Bluff 

Lyon M. T. miner, ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Lyon Mrs. M. A. widow, es Oak bet Fruit and Garden 

M 

Macduff Mrs. E. widow, 1 1 Commercial street 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S. L, City 



California Lasso Sa^dles-WaUin & Picfeard, Salt Lake City. 



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Mackay John, farmer, ne cor Pine and Fruit 

Mackley Mrs. Sarah, widow, ns S T bet 6 and 7 W 

Mackintosh Mrs. E. widow, ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Mackintosh Richard, Pioneer Sampling works, ss 2 S bet E & W T' 

Mackintosh T. J. freight agent, U C & U S R R, ns I N bet I & 2 W 

Macmaster William, Jr. street car driver, ws 9 E bet S T and I S 

Macmaster William, rope maker, ws 9 E bet S T and I S 

Madsen Mrs. L, second hand dealer, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Madsen P. W. furniture, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Madsen P. C. laborer, ss 6 S bet 6 and 7 

Madsen August,, laborer, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Mair Mrs-. M. widow, se cor 5 S and 4 E 

Majors Alexander, mining operator, boards at Walker House 

Makin Andrew, barber, boards at Salt Lake House 

Makin William, teamster, nw cor W T and 7 S 

Malin Samuel, mason, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Malin J. E. farmer,, ne cor 6 S and 8 E 

Malin C. freighter, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Maltese S. second-hand store r es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Manning ]. real estate agent, ss 2 S bet E T and E 

Manning Harry laborer, ws Fir bet Wall and Bluff 

Mantripp James, gardener, es 9 E bet I and 2 S 

Manwaring George, salesman, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 N 

Marcroft Robert, weaver, ns 8 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Margetts R. B, prop Utah Brewery, ns 2 N bet 2 and 3 W 

Margetts R. A. brewer, es 2 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Margetts Phillip, saloon, res ws I W bet N and S T 

Margetts Phillip Jr. salesman, es 2 W bet 6 and 7 N 

Marier Bros, baths, 1 8 Commercial St. 

Marsden James, drayman, ws 3, W bet S and 9 S 

Marsden Mrs. H. widow, es 7 W bet I and 2 N 

Marks S. R. (Young & M.) res es Centre bet Apricot & Currant 

Marsden $: Denhalter, soda water manufacturers, 28 Commercial 

Marsden C. T. drayman, ss 7 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Marshall Thomas, attorney-at-law. res ws 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Marshall Dr S. man'fr patent medicines, ns 6 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Marshall J. A. attorney-at-law, res ws 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Marthini Charles, upholsterer, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Martin Mrs. S. widow, ns Fruit bet Poplar and Quaking Asp 

Martin Thomas, tinner, ss 4 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Martin Andrew, watchman, ss< Mountain bet Oak and Elm 

Martin Edward, real estate agent, Martin's Avenue bet E & W T 

Martin E; F. whip maker, ne cor Ash and Summit 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



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Marvin J. B, tinsmith,es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Mason H. P, lumber dealer, ws i W bet S Tand I S 

Mason George, shoemaker, nw cor Bluff and Birch 

Masonic Hall, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Masters Joseph, miner, ws 4 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Mathews Thomas, teamster, ss I N bet 4 and 5 W 

Mathews J. E. civil engineer, ws I E bet 5 and 6 S 

Mathews Joseph, mason, ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 N , ' 

Mathews Richard, pressman, ns N T bet W T and I W 

Mathews E. G. publisher Utah Commercial, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Mathews John, painter, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Mathews Joseph, mason, ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Mathews J. T. carriage painter, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Mathews A. G. engineer, ss 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Mather J. O. carpenter, es 2 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Matherson John, blacksmith, ss S T bet W T and I W 

Mattison L. B. agricultural implements, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

May Mrs. M. T. widow, es Fir bet Mountain and High 

May Frank, painter, es Chesnut bet Garden and Bluff 

May James, woolen miller, ws I W bet 4 and 5 N 

May F. J. butcher, ns Fruit bet Pine and Spruce 

Maycock Thomas, iQth Ward 

Maycock Thomas, farmer, ws 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Mayer J. A. miner, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Maxwell J. L. nursery, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Maxwell G. R. attorney-at-law, res ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 

McAllister Mrs. A. widow, sw cor 3 W and 2 S 

McAllister Richard, steward Insane Asylum, sw cor 1 1 E and I S 

McAllister M. check clerk R R, ns N T bet 6 and 7 W 

McAllister D. M. bookkeeper, 1 7th ward, Arsenal Hill 

McArthur Heman, mason, ns 4 S bet I and 2 W 

McBride J. R. attorney-at-law, es 5 E bet S T and I S 

McCurdy S. P. attorney-at-law, se cor 3 S and 3 E 

McCoruick W. S. banker, ws i E bet 2 and 3 S 

McConnell Mrs. M. widow, ws i W bet 4 and 5 S 

McConnell George, laborer, ns 7 S bet E T and I E 

McComie Peter, carpenter, es 5 E bet 5 and 6 S 

McCoard William, tent maker, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

McCarroll James, shoemaker, es 5 W bet N T and I N 

McDonald John, grocer, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

McDonald Henry, plasterer, ns I S bet 5 and 6 W 

McDonough John, teamster, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

McEwan Henry, pressman, ns Bluff bet Walnut and Chesnut 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros, 



Saddfery&Sadtirery-Hardwape, Jobbed by Waflin & Pickard, S.L.City 

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McEwan R. T. printer, ws 2 W bet N and &T" 

McEwan Henry, printer, res ns i S bet 3 and 4 E 

McEwan Robert C. printer, ns 6 S bet 3 and 4 W 

McEldowney John, pastor M. E. church, ns 3 S bet E send W T' 

McEvers William, carpenter, nw cor Pine and Garden 

McGowan A. miner, ss- 2 S bet E and W T 

McGregor Michael, works U S R R, se cor 8 AY and I N 

McGregor William, stone cutter, se cor 8 S and 4 E 

McGuffie James, retired merchant, ns 3 S bet 4 and 5 E 

McGuire Rev. Father, pastor Catholic c'h, ws 2 E bet S T & I S 

Mclntyre Thomas, clerk, ws Locust bet Fruit and S T 

McKay William, attorney-at-law, ns 2 S bet 5 and 6 E. 

McKay Samuel, gardener, nw cor 2 S and 10 E- 

McKay Robert, weaver, nw cor 2 S and 10 E 

McKean Edward, attorney-at-law, ss 3 S bet E and W T' 

McKean T. sheriff, sw cor I N and 4 W 

McKee S. P. laborer, es 1 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 

McKelly Mathew, clerk, ws 9 E bet 2 and $ S 

McKelvy R, E. clerk Walker House, res same 

McKendrick David, shoemaker, ns l S bet 7 and 8 E 

McKenzie David, clerk, nw cor W T and 6 S 

McKimmo-ns Mark, livery stable, ns 3 S bet E and W T 

McKnight James, attorney-at-law, sw cor I S and 5 E 

McLachlan William, carpenter, ws W T bet 4 and 5 S 

McLaughlin Ephraim r miner, se cor Centre and Plum 

McLelkmd Thomas, farmer, ss 4 S bet W T and i W 

McManamon B. miner, es I W bet 2 and 3 S 

McMasters W. A. grocer, se cor 9 E and i S 

McMillan H. G. deputy clerk Third District Court, res ws 2 K 

bet i and 2 S 

McMurrin Joseph, clerk, nw cor I E and 6 S 
McNiece R. G. pastor Presby. Church, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 
McQuarrie Allen, miner, sw cor 7 E and 7 S 
McRae A. tailor, nw cor 2 S and 6 E 
McRae Charles, stone mason, nw cor 2 S and 6 E 
McTierney J. saloon, es E T bet I and 2 S 
McVicker John, assayer, res ws 3 E bet S T and i S 
Meads N. porter, es 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Meader J. B: assayer, ns S T bet Walnut and Chestnut 
Meadows Charles, gardener, es 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 
Meadows Isaac, laborer, ns N T bet 6 and 7 W 
Meears G. A. (with Walker B. & Co.) res ws 3 E bet 3 and^S 
Meekings Abe. expressman, ss High bet Oak and Elm 

Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dunford's. 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Wallln&E kkard,Salt Lake City 



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Meik Mrs. S. widow, ss 4 S bet 1 1 and 12 E 

Mellen John, mason, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Mellon Joseph, farmer, ns I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Mercroft John, laborer, ns 8 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Meredith J. B. grocer, ns S T bet W T and I W 

Meredith O. R. trunk maker, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Merkley & Reese, notion stand, nw cor E T and I S 

Merkley C. laborer, ns N T bet I and 2 W 

Merrill Mrs. M. widow, es I W bet I and 2 N 

Merrill H. R. plasterer, ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Merrill F. farmer, ws 2 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Merrill Marion, bartender, ws I W bet N and S T 

Merritt S. A. attorn ey-at-law, boards at Walker House 

Merwin A. B. at Merrill's stable, ss 2 S bet W T and I W 

Methodist Church, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Michael Henry, miner, ss I N bet 8 and 9 W 

Michaelson J. M. carpenter, ss 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Middlemass Mrs. Jane, widow, ne cor 5 S and 3 W 

Midgley J. G. painter, es 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Midgley J. painter, es 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Mier Frederick, salesman, ns 2 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Miles C. C. expressman, ne cor Fir and Summit 

Miles James, stone mason, ws 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Miles O. P. clerk ss 3 S bet E T and I E 

Milford E. N. miner, se cor 5 E and 4 S 

Miller Mrs. N. widow, es 6 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Miller John, laborer, ne cor 6 S and 2 W 

Miller A. expressman, ne cor 9 E 5 S 

Miller L. B. S. clerk, res Wasatch Building 

Miller Mrs. A. widow, 9 Commercial St 

Miller G. B. D. pastor st. marks church, ws 4 E bet S T and I S 

Miller Andrew, painter, ns 3 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Miller Robert, bakery, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Miller John, shoemaker, ns 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Miller Robert, blacksmith, ns 6 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Miller W. C. miner, ss N T bet I and 2 W 

Miller John, gardener, ns Prospect bet Oak and Elm 

Miller John, news dealer, ne cor Garden and Cedar 

Miller Charles, painter, ss Fruit bet Locust and Maple 

Miller Peter, barber, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Miller H. M. (Sowles & M.) ss i S bet E and W T 

Millard William, shoemaker, ne cor Chestnut and Garden 

Mills William, mason, ss 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Mattrasses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Brop, 



WULIK'8 PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDEBS, 

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Mills W. G. merchant, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Milner Francis, blacksmith, ns i S bet 6 and 7 W 

Milner Thomas, miner, ns I S bet 5 and 6 W 

Miner A. attorney-at-law, ns 2 S bet W T and I W 

Minkler Mrs. M. R. widow, ns S T bet 4 and 5 W 

Mitchell Mrs. S. widow, se cor 7 E and 6 S 

Mitchell Mrs. E. widow, se cor 7 E and 6 S 

Mitchell Benjamin, stone cutter, ns N T bet 7 and 8 W 

Mitchell Zadock, stone cuttter, sw cor I N and 7 W 

Mitchell F. A. clerk, es Oak bet Garden and Bluff 

Mitchell John, clerk, es 9 E bet I and 2 S 

Moffat William, clerk, ss 6 S bet E and W T 

Moffat James, short-hand reporter, ss Prospect bet Maple and Elm 

Moiiheim Henry, architect, ns 6 S bet E and W T 

Monson H. musician, es Grape bet Currant and I N 

Montgomery W. J. merchant, ss 4 S bet I and 2 W 

Mooney John, cook, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 

Moore Thomas Jr. school teacher, ss 6 S bet 4 and 5. E 

Moore Thomas, carpenter, ss 6 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Moore J. W. bartender, ns N T bet W T and I W 

Moore Henry, teamster, ss I S bet 6 and 7 W 

Moore C. H. ass't. postmaster, res Wasatch building 

Morgan John, real estate dealer, res ns I S bet W T and I W 

Morganson James, boot maker, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Morgan J. R. clerk, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Morgan O. J. clerk, es W T bet 5 and 6 S 

Morgan B. W. prop Morgan smelter, boards at Walker House 

Morgan Andrew, laborer, ne cor 9 E and 2 S 

Morgan John, mason, nw cor Prospect and Beech 

Moritz Moses, expressman, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Moritz Jacob, prop. S L brewery, ne cor 5 S and 10 E 

Morley Hawley, teamster, ss 2 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Morrill J. K. liveryman, ns 2 S bet E and W T 

Morris Mrs. E. widow, nw cor Beech and High 

Morris Mrs. L. widow, nw cor Fruit and Maple 

Morris Mrs. M. widow, ss I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Morris Mrs. E. widow, ns 4 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Morris Mrs. S. widow, ns I N bet I and 2 W 

Morris Robert, tanner, es 2 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Morris Isador, merchant, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Morris H. C. mason, es 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Morris Edward, clerk, es I W bet 4 and 5 N 

Morris George, stone mason, se cor 2 N and I W 

Geo Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Racing Goods 

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Morris David stone cutter, ws 1 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Morris John, gardener, ns 3 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Morris R. V. clerk, es Quince bet 2 N and Cross 

Morris W. C. painter, ss 2 S bet i and 2 W 

Morris Charles, furrier, ws 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Morris Elias, (Morris & Evans) ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Morrow William, painter, se cor Quince and Plum 

Morton T. F. H. saloon keeper, se cor 7 S and 2 E 

Moss W. J. harness maker, es 9 E bet S T and I S 

Moss Joseph, saddler, es 9 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Moulding Leander, butcher, es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Moulton James, gardener, ws I E bet 6 and 7 S 

Mousley Mrs. G. W. widow, ws 4 W bet N T and I K 

Mousley E. D. printer, res ws 4 W bet N T and I N 

Mower G. W. saddler, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Mowrey R. farmer, nw cor 2 AV and 3 N 

Moyle James, stone cutter, ss I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Muir Thomas, stone cutter, ne cor Maple and Garden 

Mullett C. J. laborer, I9th ward 

Mullett J. E. soap manufacturer, Narrow bet Bird and Pear 

Mullhall Charles, upholsterer, ns I N bet I and 2 W 

Mulhall William, bookkeeper, sw cor 7 S and E T 

Mulloy T. F. livery stable, ws I E bet 3 and 4 S 

Mumford E. T. ns 3 S bet E and W T 

Murphy E. H. (Auer & Murphy) ne cor I S bet 4 and 5 E 

Murray M. R. waiter Walker House 

Musgrave J. W. attorney-at-law, es I E bet S T and I S 

Musgrove Charles, wood turner, ws Locust bet High & Prospect 

Musser A. M. electrician, ws 2 E bet S T and I S 

Myers Mrs. E. widow, ns S T bet Cedar and Birch 

Myers James, laborer, se cor S T and 2 E 

Mymore William, plasterer, se cor 3 S and 5 E 

N 

Naisbett H. W. clerk, ne cor Oak and Bluff 
Naisbett Henry, clerk, ns Fruit bet Pine and Spruce 
Nathan S. J. clothier, es E T bet I and 2 S 
Naylor Mrs. M. E. widow, ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 
Naylor Mrs. A. widow, res ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 
Naylor William, wagon maker, nw cor 2 S and 3 E 
Naylor George, wagon maker, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Feathers &. Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Waliin & Pickard 

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Xapper John, engineer, ns Wall bet Fir and Spruce 
Neal Frederick, laborer, es Birch bet S T and Fruit 
Xeal Mrs. M. widow, se cor I N and I W 
Neal S. waiter, ss 2 N bet I W and Grape 
Neal W. C. farmer, se cor Centre and Bird 
Nebeker George, farmer, es 4 W bet 2 and 3 N 
Nebeker John, farmer, ns 2 N bet 3 and 4 W 
Needham James, Jr. clerk, ws W T bet 6 and 7 S 
Needham Mrs. M. widow, ns 4 N bet 5 and 6 W 
Needham John, merchant, es I E bet 3 and 4 S 
Needham James, Sr. clerk, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 
Neeley Mrs. S. widow, sw cor 9 E and 6 S 
Neeley J. P. farmer, es 9 E bet 5 and 6 S 
Neibour A. dentist, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Neibour Isaac, miner, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Neil J. B. register land office es E T bet 4 and 5 S 
Neilsen S. watchmaker, ws E T bet S T and I S 
Nielsen F. C. shoemaker, ne cor 4 E and 98 % 

Nielson Jacob, shoemaker, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Neimoyer W. A. plasterer, se cor 5 E and 3 S 
Neimoyer G. A. carpenter, se cor 5 E and 3 S 
Neimoyer J. M. carpenter, es 5 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Nelson William, mining operator, sw cor E T and 6 S 
Nelson Eric, school teacher, nw cor 5 E and 5 S 
Nequist J. A. shoemaker, ss 6 S bet 6 and 7 E 
Neslen Samuel, carpenter, ws Pine bet Bluff and Garden 
Neslen R. F. clerk, nw cor S T and Chestnut 
Neslen W. F. clerk, ns Garden bet Pine and Spruce 
Ness John shoemaker, se cor 9 E and 4 S 
Neve S. P. upholsterer, hw cor Bluff and Beech 
Newman Mrs. E. widow, ss 5 S bet W T and I W 
Newman Mrs. M. A. grocer, ns N T bet 6 and 7 W 
Newman S. J. carpenter, ws 7 W bet I and 2 N 
Xewman & Reed, saloon, ss i S bet E T and i E 
Newson W. D. painter, ne cor 2 S and 9 E 
Newton Hyrum, farmer, ws 7 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Newton James, laborer, se cor 3 S and 7 E 
Newton Dr. S. E. physician, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 
Newton John, city jailor es 2 W bet 3 and 4 N 
Nichols Edward, blacksmith, ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Nichols Henry, carpenter, ns I S bet 2 and 3 W 
Nichols John, miner, ss 4 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Nielsen L. G. cigar maker, ns 2 S bet I and 2 E 

The place for Hats, Cap* & Gloves, Geo. Dunford. 



Cash paid fop Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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Nitzgen Jacob, lunch stand, iis 3 S bet E T and I E 

Nixon Mrs. J. widow, es W T bet I and 2 S 

Nixon T. H. laborer, se cor Beech and Wall 

Noall Simon, carpenter, nw cor 4 W and 4 N 

Noble John, shoemaker, se cor Maple and Mountain 

Nobles Charles, bar tender, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Nott T. H. clerk, ns Prospect, bet Fir and Spruce 

Nowell William, plasterer, ws 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Nowell Mrs. N. widow, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4-E 

Noyce William, plasterer, ss Mountain bet Elm and Maple 

Nunn Charles, veterinary surgeon, nw cor Cherry and Bluff 

Nute Henry, barber, es E T bet 4 and 5 S 

Nutt James, plasterer, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Nyberg John, carpenter, nw cor Spruce and Mountain 

o 

Oakey Thomas, carpenter, ne cor 3 E and 5 S 

Oakson H. plasterer, ss I S bet 9 and 10 E 

Oblad John, blacksmith, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Occidental Saloon, (Auer & Murphy,) ss i S bet E T & i K 

Odd C. laborer, res 17 ward 

Oglesby G. W. book binder, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Oglesby G. W r . pressman, es 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Olson N. laborer, es 3 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Oliver Mrs. ML widow, se cor I N and 7 W 

Oliver Peter, laborer, ns I N bet 6 and 7 W 

Olsen Paul, carpenter, ns 7 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Olsen Louis, laborer, ws 5 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Olsen A. bricklayer, es Centre bet Apricot and Currant 

Olsen John Jr. machinist, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Olsen Thorville, clerk, ne corner Centre and Currant 

Olsen John, tailor, es Franklin Avenue 

Olsen S. brakesman U C R R, ss I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Olsen Peter, clerk, ss 5 S bet E T and I E 

Olson Magnus, musician, sw cor Cedar and Bluff 

Olson J. P. carpenter, ws 4 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Olson Shure, carpenter, ne cor I S and 4 W 

Olsen John, laborer, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Osborn Edward, carpenter, nw cor Elm and Summit 

Osell Erick, shoemaker, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Ostler Oliver, freighter, ns 4 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Oswel John, moulder, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Pickard, 8. L. City. 

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Openshaw George, lumberman, se car Maple and Fruit 

Openshaw James, miner, nw cor 5 W and N T 

Orth William, U C R R, ne cor 5 E and 7 S 

Qrdidge William, laborer, es 5. W bet 2 and 3 N 

Ordner & Patterson, saloon, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

O'Reilly T. R. clothing merchant, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Ottinger G. M. artist, nw cor Fir and Bluff 

Oviatt Lewis, blacksmith, nw cor I W and 4 N 

Owen W. D. Sr. warehouseman, es Oak bet Prospect and High 

Owen W. D. Jr. packer, es Ash bet Garden and BlufT 

Owen J. T, expressman, ws 10 E bet S T and i S 



Pack John, farmer, sw cor I N and W T 

Packard J. Q. mining operator, boards at Walker House 

Paddock G. miner, n-s 3 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Page John, tailor, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Page John Jr. laborer, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Paine James, merchant, ss S T bet 5 and 6 E 

Paine John, painter, ss Garden bet Cottonwood and Box Elder 

Palmer M. blacksmith, sw cor 5 S and I E 

Palmer Frederick, restaurant, ne cor 2 W and 3 N 

Palmer Obert A. surveyor,, ne cor W T and 4 S 

Palmer William, quarryman, ws 2 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Papst John, carpenter, ss 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Papworth Richard, butcher, ne cor S T and Quaking Asp 

Park Mrs. Mary, widow, ss I S bet 6 and 7 W 

Park H. G. collector, ns 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Park Boyd, (Joslin & P.) ws W T bet i and 2 S 

Park J. R. principal university, 2 blocks N Eagle Gate 

Parker W. B. engineer, ss 4 N bet I and 2 W 

Parker C. W. laborer, ws 10 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Parr W. F. telegraph operator, res 19 ward 

Parratt J. W. cabinet maker, 19 ward bench 

Parratt G. F. cabinet maker, 19 ward bench 

Parrish Mrs. E. J. widow, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Parry D. R. mason, nw cor 5 W and I S 

Parry Thomas, mason, nw cor 5 W and I S 

Parry Edward, mason, sw cor 5 W and I S 

Parry J. R. mason, ws 5 W bet S T and I S 

Parry John, Tithing office, es 7 W bet N T and I N 

Parry Mrs. H. P. widow, nw cor S T and 5 W 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City, 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 

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Parry D. R. laborer, ss I N bet 6 and 7 W 

Parry J. B. miner, ws I W bet 2 and 3 S 

Parsons Thomas, soda water, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Parsons Arthur, school teacher, ss I N bet 4 and 5 W 

Parsons M. K. clerk at land office, ws 3 E bet S T and I S 

Parsons William, carpenter, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Parsons E. H. res 20 ward 

Parton F. J. laborer, ss 4 S bet u and 12 E 

Pascoe F. J. P. smelter, res ns N T bet I and 2 W 

Passmore William, waiter Walker House, res same 

Paul William, carpenter, ns Garden bet Maple and Locust 

Paul William, builder, ws W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Paul Samuel, livery stable, ns 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Paul J. P. carpenter, es 9 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Paxman Mrs. S. grocer, ss I S bet W T and I W 

Payne James, shoemaker, ss 5 S bet W T and I W 

Payne Henry, miner, es 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Payne William, barber, ss I S bet E T and I E 

Patten T. C. grocer, ss i S bet E T and i E 

Patten Henry, saddler, res ss 2 N bet W T and I W 

Patterson A. S. attorney-at-law, ss 5 S bet I and 2 E 

Patterson Robert, laborer, ns I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Patton James, farmer, ne cor 7 S and 2 E 

Patrick Robert, carpenter, ws Chesnut bet Wall and Bluff 

Peacock James, laborer, sw cor High and Oak 

Pearson Benjamin, clerk, ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Pearson C. E. attorney-at-law, Wasatch bld f ng, res Woods Cross 

Peatson N. farmer, se cor 2 S and 8 E 

Peatson John, stone cutter, se cor 2 S and 8 E 

Peck M. H. sealer of weights and measures, sw cor I N & I W 

Peck W. H. blacksmith, nw cor N T and I W 

Peck J. A. blacksmith, nw cor N T and i W 

Peirce Rev. G. M. bookseller, res ws E T bet 5 and 6 S 

Pembroke H. bookkeeper, es Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Pendleton A. J. horse shoer, res ns 6 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Pendleton J. blacksmith, ne cor 6 S and 4 E 

Pendleton A. M. horse shoer, res ss 5 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Penrose C. W. editor, se cor 5 S and 3 E 

Perkes Henry, butcher, se cor S T and 7 E 

Perkes W. H. bookkeeper, ss Apricot bet Centre and Straight 

Perkins Levy, clerk, ss 4 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Perkins John, school teacher, es 5 W bet N and S T 

Perkins W. L. mason, ns 4 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Plckartf, Salt Lake Crty 

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Perry E. W. laborer, es 5 W bet S T and f S 

Perry E. R. blacksmith, ns 2 S bet W T and r \V 

Perry James, laborer, ss 6 S bet r and 2 E 

Peters Robert,, last maker, ns I S bet E T and r E 

Peterson S. farmer, sw cor 4 E and 7 S 

Peterson Andrew, watch maker, ne cor Ash and Bluff 

Petersen E. tin smith, ss Summit bet Pine and Spruce 

Peterson Andrew, tin smith, nw cor Elm and Wall 

Peterson Andrew, carpenter, es 3 W bet N T and I X 

Petersen W. H. butcher, ns I S bet 2 and 3 W 

Petersen R, laborer, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Peterson Andrew, physician, es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Petersen Mrs. C. widow, es 5 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Peterson Mrs. M. widow, es 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Pettegren J. M. miner, ws & E bet 5 and 6 S 

Petson F. pottery, es 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Pettit Edwin, farmer, ws 2 W bet 8 and 9 S 

Pettit Brower, fanner, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Pettit B. farmer, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Petty Mrs. S. widow, ss 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Pfoutz Ira y bookkeeper, ss 3 S bet I and 2 E 

Phillips A. J. mining speculator, ws 6 E bet S T and I S 

Phillips M. C. cigar dealer, ss 3 S bet W T and I W 

Phillips W. J. shoemaker, es 5 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Phillips David, miner, nw cor S T and 7 W 

Phillips James, miner, nw cor S T and 7 W 

Phillips David, laborer, ns N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Phillips W. G. policeman, ne cor Elm and Bluff 

Phillips William, engineer, ss High bet Maple arid Elm 

Phillips S. P. printer, boards at Clift House. 

Phelps Mrs. H. widow, ns I S bet W T and I W 

Phelps H. E. merchant, ws W T bet S T and I S 

Phippen S. S. miner, es 6 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Phipper J, W. harness maker, ns S T bet 4 and 5 W 

Pickard W. 1*. wool merchant, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Pickle Thomas, laborer, ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Pickering Arthur, clerk, ne cor 8 E and I S 

Pickering Edward, clerk, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Pickering William, gardener, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Pickering Henry, laborer, ns 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Pickering Willard, carpenter, ns 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Pickering Wright, traveling agent, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 I . 

Pickering Samuel, laborer, ns Wall bet Ash and Beech 

The Leading Boot 9 Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Fickard, S, L, City 



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Picknell Mrs. E. widow, ss Fruit, east of Willow 

Pierce George, stone cutter, se cor 7 E and 5 S 

Pierce I. bricklayer, sw cor 5 S and 9 E 

Pierce J. W, farmer, ss 5 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Piercy Jacob, stone mason, es 2 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Pierpont John, machinist, es I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Pierpont Thomas, machinist, ss I S bet 2 and 3 AV 

Piggott G. VV. painter, ns 6 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Pike J. N. bookkeeper, ws Centre bet Apricot and Currant 

Pinney William, carpenter, es 2 W bet 4 and 5 N 

Pinnock William, laborer, sw cor 4 S and 9 E 

Pitts Joseph, contractor, ss 5 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Pitt W. A. propr. Overland House, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Pitts Edward, contractor, es 4 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Pitts William, farmer, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Pitt R. C. yard man R R, ns N T bet W T and I W 

Pitt William, works U C R R, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Pitts W. H. (G, Pitts & Co) es E T bet 5 and 6 S 

Plant C. M. blacksmith, Narrow bet Bird and Pear 

Plant William, laborer, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Plant E. L. physician, ss 6 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Plamquist E. D. shoemaker, ns 6 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Platts Orson, mason, Quince bet Apricot and Plum 

Platts John, mason, cor Cross and Quince 

Platt Francis, harness maker, ws 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Player Joseph, teamster, ws 5 W bet 4 and 5 N 

Player Charles, Jr. builder, se cor 4 N and 6 W 

Player C. W. stone cutter, ns 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Player T. W. teamster, ws I W bet N T and I N 

Player Mrs. Mary, widow, ws I W bet N T and I N 

Player W. P. butcher, es I W bet N T and I N 

Player W. J. blacksmith, ws 5 W bet I and 2 N 

Podlech Aug. (P. & Co.)props. White House, sw cor E T & 2 E 

Poll F. R. carpenter, ns 4 S.bet 9 and 10 E 

Poll W. F. butcher, nw cor 4 S and 9 E 

Pollard Joseph, carpenter, ws 6 W bet S T and I S 

Pollock William, sampler, es 2 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Pollock S. J. miner, se cor 2 S and 2 W 

Pomeroy C. E. real estate agent, ns I N bet E and W T 

Poorman John, brakeman U C R R, ws 4 W bet N T and I N 

Pope G. H. quarryman, ne cor 4 E and 8 S 

Popper Charles, cattle dealer, es W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Porcher Thomas, tin smith, es Quaking Asp bet S T and Fruit 

Barratt Bros., turniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

1 1 8 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Porter Mrs. M. widow, ss S T bet W T and I W 

Potter George, carpenter, ws 7 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Potter W. S. carpenter, ne cor Elm and Garden 

Poulton James, boot cutter, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Poulton J. H. porter, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Powell A. laborer, res 19 ward 

Powell T. S. clerk, ss S T bet E and W T 

Powell Thomas, teamster, ss I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Powell R. laborer, ss I S bet 6 and 7 W 

Pratt Mrs. A. A. widow, ns I S bet W T and I W 

Pratt Mrs. R. B. physician, ss 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Pratt Mrs. E. widow, nw cor 3 N and 3 W 

Pratt W. A. miner, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Pratt Orson, historian, ns 3 N bet 2 and 3 W 

Pratt L. clerk, es 5 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Pratt Orson Jr. professor of music, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

Pratt Laron, printer, ss N T bet I and 2 W 

Pratt Nathan, laborer, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Pratt Helman, ass't water master, se cor I S and 4 W 

Pratt H. attorney-at-law, es W T bet S T and I S 

Pratt Milando, clerk, ne cor 3 N and 3 W 

Pratt M. clerk, ns N T bet W T and I W 

Pratt Arthur, nw cor Chesnut and Garden 

Preece John, farmer, ne cor 7 S and W T 

Presbyterian Church, ne cor 2 S and 2 E 

Prescott G. F. manager Tribune, ss 2 S bet W T and I W 

Preston 1^1 rs. Mary, widow, es 5 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Price Mrs. M. E. widow, ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Price G. W. carpenter, es 5 W bet S T and I S 

Price G. F. carpenter, es 5 W bet S T and I S 

Price John, waiter, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Price Herbert, farmer, ns 2 N bet I and 2 W 

Price W. S. farmer, ns 2 N bet I and 2 W 

Price Hyrum, laborer, es 2 W bet 5. and 6 N 

Price Lorenzo, cabinet maker, cor S T and 1 2 E 

Price W. L. poultry fish and game, ns I S bet E and W T 

Prichard Thomas, grocer, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Priestley John, printer, es 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Priestley W. H. school teacher, ss 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Pringle Robert, stone cutter, ne cor Pine and High 

Priver Frederick, moulder, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Provis Richard, farmer, es 6 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Pugsley Joseph, freighter, ss 5 N bet I and 2 W 

Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City* 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

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Pugsley Phillip, prop. City flour mills, res sw cor 2 W and 5 N 
Pyper A. C. judge justice's court, res es 4 E bet S T and I S 
Purdie David, laborer, es 6 W bet S T and I S 
Puzey Henry, wagon maker, se cor Prospect and Spruce 

Q 

Quayle John, farmer, sw cor 4 S and I W 

Quibell G. W. stone cutter, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Quinn G. W. wood carver, ss Fruit bet Ash and Beech 

K 

Rachen William, tinsmith, ns Prospect bet Fir and Spruce 

Raddon J. H. farmer, se cor Beech and Prospect 

Raddon John, carpenter, ss Mountain bet Oak and Elm 

Raddon Thomas, cook, se cor Oak and Mountain 

Raddon, Henry, carpenter, ss Garden bet Box Elder and Arch 

Raffle Thomas, stone cutter, ws 8 E bet I and 2 S 

Rager W. H. school teacher, es 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Raleigh A. H. justice of peace, nw cor iW and 2 N 

Raleigh James, laborer, ns 3 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Ramsden John, ss S T bet 8 and 9 E 

Ranee Samuel, type founder, ns 4 S bet 6 and 7 K 

Randall John, laborer, es 2 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Randall B. Y. baker, ss Fruit bet Elm and Maple 

Randall James, mason, ss 7 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Randall George, gardener, ss 7 S bet I and 2 W 

Ransden Peter, engineer, ws E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Ranshaw T. basket maker, ns 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Ransohoff N. S. liquor merchant, ss 5 S bet E and W T 

Ransom Alfred, butcher, nw cor N T and 7 W 

Rasmussen M. P. farmer, es 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Rasmussen Joseph, miner, es 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Rasmussen Neal, miner, es 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Rasmussen L. P. miner, ne cor 3 S and 9 E 

Rasmussen Neils, clerk, ns 2 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Rawlings William, bookkeeper, ws 3 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Rawlings J. S. shoemaker, nw cor Maple and High 

Rawlings James, shoemaker, ws Crooked bet 2 N and Cross 

Rawlings Edwin, carpenter, res es Crooked bet 2 N and Cross 

Rawlings G. laborer, ws Crooked bet 2 N and Cross 

Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City Send for Price List 



Handsome Doubie Bugs) Harness. Wallin & Pickard, S. L. Citv 

1 20 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Rawlins J. L. attorney-at-law, ns 4 S bet I and 2 E 

Raybould B. G. cashier Walker Bros. bank, es W T bet 5 and 6 S 

Raybould Charles, painter, ws W T bet 5 and 6 S 

Raybould George, carpenter, es W T bet 6 and 7 S 

Raybould W. F. stationer and newsdealer, ws W T bet 4 and 5 S 

Raymond W. M. cashier London bank, es 2 W bet N and S T 

Read John, bricklayer, ns Wall bet Chesnut and Pine 

Read S. G. news depot, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Read Charles, mining operator, ns I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Reading John, nurseryman, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Reamer William, mining operator, ss I S bet I and 2 W 

Reamer T. A. miner, es 5 W bet N and S T 

Redwine J. F. manufacturer, es 2 W bet I and 2 N 

Reed James, farmer, sw cor N T and 6 W 

Reed James, liquor dealer, ss I S bet 3 and 4 W 

Reed John, transfer, sw cor Prospect and Locust 

Reed J. W. harness maker, ns 2 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Reed G. W. clerk Tribune, sw cor Garden and Ash 

Reed H. A. auctioneer, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Reedall H. S. cracker baker, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Reese George, farmer, ws Pine bet Wall and Prospect 

Reese John, blacksmith, es 5 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Reese J. medicated baths, ss I S bet E and W T 

Reese G. K. blacksmith, ws 4 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Reese John, merchant, es E T bet 7 and 8 S 

Reese Mrs. H. widow, ns 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Reese David, saloon keeper, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Reggel Louis, clothing merchant, ss 5 S bet I and 2 W 

Rehmke Christian, bookkeeper, ss 2 S bet E and W T 

Reid G. E. plumber, ns 3 S bet E and W T 

Reid Peter, carpenter, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Reid John, cook, ws 7 W bet I and 2 N 

Reilly William, miner, ws I E, bet 3 and 4 S 

Reimsimer P. H. blacksmith, es 3 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Reining G. harness maker, ss I S bet E and AV T 

Reiser Henry, watch maker, ws 3 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Renshaw Timothy, basket maker, se cor 4 S and 2 W 

Reeves F. H. painter, es 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Reeves Henry, farmer, ns 3 S bet 4 and 5 W 

Reynolds George, private secretary to President John Taylor, nw 

cor Wall and Spruce, 

Reynolds J. S. laborer, ns 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Reynolds Walter, laborer, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Rubber & Geld Plated Carriage Harness at Wallln & PlckardPs 

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.Reynolds Henry, sw cor 4 S and W T 

Rhodes Mrs. C. widow, ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Rich Adam, laborer, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

.Rich D. P. res ns 4 N bet 2 and 3 W 

Rich Charles, plasterer, res ws 4 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Rich C. C. farmer, sw cor 2 N and I W 

Riches Mrs. A. widow, ws W T bet 7 and 8 S 

Richin William, tinsmith, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Richards E. S. clerk, es Centre bet Apricot and Currant 

Richards Hiram, plasterer, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Richards Henry, es W Tbet 2 and 3 S 

Richards S. B. clerk, es W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Richards J. S. physician, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Richards L. W. real estate dealer, ne cor Pine and Bluff 

Richardson Henry, clerk, es I W bet I and 2 S 

Richardson J. miner, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Richardson James, glass cutter, sw cor 4 E and S T 

Richardson S. farmer, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Ricketts John, farmer, ws 6 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Ricketts W. H. miner, ne cor 5 E and 3 S 

Ridd William, carpenter, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 N 

Riddle John, tailor, es 9 E bet S T and I S 

Riddle Joseph, switch tender, ns 4 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Ridges J. H. cabinet maker, ss 3 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Rieben Samuel, carpenter, ss 5 S bet E T and I E 

Rigby William, farmer, ns 4 S bet W T and I W 

Riggs O. H. school teacher, es 2 W bet N and S T 

Riley A. T. upholsterer, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Riley H. A. upholsterer, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Riley William, painter, ss 2 N bet I W and Grape 

Ringwood William, shoemaker, ns S T bet Elm and Maple 

Ringwood Charles, policeman, ns S T bet Elm and Maple 

Rippeto H. D. miner, es W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Riser G. C. shoemaker, es Oak bet Wall and Prospect 

Riser A. G. marble worker, es 3 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Riser G. W. street car driver, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 

Ritchey John, miner, ws 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Riter W. W. manager U W Railway, res ws 4 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Riter S. W. miner, ne cor 4 S and 3 E 

Riter J. D. carpenter, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Rivers Bros, upholsterers, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Robbins John, shoemaker, es Chestnut, bet Prospect and Wall 

Robbins James, merchant, se cor 3 S and 8 E 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S, L, City 



California Lasso Saddles: WaMin & Picfcartf, Salt Lake City, 

i 22 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Robbins J. H. carpenter, ss 3 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Roberts J. W. supt, Wasatch woolen mills, res ss S Tbet 7 & 8 1C 

Roberts Bolivar, miner, ss I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Roberts Mrs. Jane, widow, ws 6 W bet S T and I S 

Roberts J. S. laborer, ns I S bet 5 and 6 W 

Roberts Samuel, printer, nw cor Garden and Ash 

Roberts Thomas, printer, ns Fruit bet Beech and Cherry 

Robertshaw James, laborer, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Robinson Mrs. N. K. widow, ne cor 2 S and $ E 

Robinson John, laborer, ne cor 8 E and 7 S 

Robinson Thomas, carpenter, ws 2 W bet 5 and 6 N 

Robinson Henry, carpenter, ws Pine bet Wall and Prospect 

Robinson Louis, farmer, ns 4 S bet E T and I E 

Robinson William, carpenter, sw cor Wall and Pine 

Robson Mrs. E. widow, sw cor 5 N and I W 

Rocker Louis, night watchman, es W T bet 3 and 4 S 

Rockett Robert, shoemaker, ss Fruit bet Cherry and Cedar 

Rockwood A. P. pisciculturist, es 3 E bet I and 2 S 

Rockwood C. W. teamster, se cor 9 E and 6 S 

Roden Robert, stone cutter, ss 8 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Rogers Mrs. A. widow, se cor Fruit and Arch 

Rogers William, laborer, ns Garden bet Ash and Beech 

Rogers Richard, teamster, nw cor, 6 S and 1 2 E 

Rogers Samuel, janitor City Hall, res S S I S bet I and 2 K 

Rogers James, tin smith, se cor 7 E and 2 S 

Rogers J. R. laborer, ws 8 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Rogers Joseph, teamster, ws 8 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Rolf G. farmer, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 

Rolf Samuel, farmer, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 

Rolf B. Jr. farmer, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 

Rolf Benjamin, machinist, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 

Roifson Rolf, carpenter, es E T bet 5 and 6 S 

Rolfson B. clerk, ss 5 S bet E and W T 

Romney J. G. carpenter, cor Fir and Prospect 

Romney George, builder, ne cor Spruce and Bluff 

Rondquist C. F. blacksmith, ne cor Pine and Mountain 

Roper William, furnaceman, ns I N bet W T and I W 

Rosborough & Merritt, attorneys-at-law, ns I S bet E T & I E 

Rose George, teamster, es 7 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Rose George, mining operator, ss 3 N bet I and 2 W T 

Rose William, carpenter, ws W T bet 6 and 7 S 

Rose F. W. carpenter, es I W bet 5 and 6 S 

Rosenheim Phillip, trader, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City 



lobby Ridins Saddles and Bridles, Tallin & Pickard,S. L. CUy 

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Ross Mrs. S. EL widow, es Elm bet Fruit and S T 

Ross Mrs. S. widow, sw cor I W and 4 N 

Rossiter William, collector, se cor 8 E and 5 S 

Roy Henry, laborer, ws 3 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Royle J. C. attorney-at-law, ns I S bet 6 and J E 

Roundy Mrs. B. widow, ns I N bet 3 and 4 W 

Boundy Aclelbert, (Little & R.) ne cor 5 E and i S 

Rowe W. P. Butcher, es W T bet 4 and 5 S 

Rowe W. H. man'gr Z C M I shoe factory, res ns Garden bet 

Pine and Spruce 

Rowland Benjamin, laborer, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 W 
Ryan John, laborer, ws 5 E bet 4 a/id 5 S 
Rynders George, cook, ne cor Bluff and Birch 
Ruban J. J. shoemaker, ns I S bet E T and I E 
Rufi Jacob, shoemaker, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 W 
Rumel J. H. Jr. clerk, ws Pine bet Wall and Bluff 
Rumel Mrs. A. milliner, ws E T bet I and 2 S 
Rumel P. carpenter, ss 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Rumfield Hiram, supL Waterman Smelter, ss S T bet 8 & 9 E 
Rupp J. M. ass't jailor, ss 2 S bet I and 2 W 
Rundquist Peter, blacksmith, ns 5 S bet 9 and 10 E 
Runstate Charles, tailor, ns Mountain bet Spruce and Pine 
Russell Robert, laborer, ns I S bet 4 and 5 E 
Russell H. engineer, ns 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 
Russell Samuel, farmer, ws 4 W bet S T and I S 
Russell William, physician, es I W bet N and S T 
Russell J. S. saloon, res es E T bet 4 and 5 S 
Russell M. clock maker, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 
Rush J. R. butcher, ss I S bet 2 and 3 E 
Rushton Edward, farmer, ss 5 S bet 2 and 3 W 
Rutherford J. L. blacksmith, nw cor 6 W and I S 



Sabine James, mason, ss Wall bet Oak and Elm 

Sadler James, trader, alley off I S bet E T and I E 

Sadler Samuel, laborer, sw cor Elm and High 

Sadler Henry, with W. Bros, res es E T bet 3 and 4 S 

Sadler William, merchant, res ss N T bet 6 and 7 W 

Sadler James, laborer, ns Anderson Avenue bet Com. and I E 

Sainbury Hyrum, waiter, se cor Oak and High 

Salisbury Benjamin, tailor, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Salisbury Joseph, carpenter, es 7 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,,Barratt Bros, 



Stfddfery&Saddfery-Hardware^obbed by Watlm & Pfckard, S.LCity 

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Salisbury Mrs. E. widow, nw cor 3 E and 3 S 

Salisbury Frank, engineer, sw cor 4 W and 2 S 

Salisbury J. M. merchant, es 7 E bet i and 2 S 

Salisbury Henry, carpenter, ss 4 S bet I and 2 W 

Salmon William, coal dealer, sw cor Wall and Fir 

Salomon Otto, surveyor, es Pine bet Wall and Prospect 

Salomon Frekerick, Surveyor Gen. es Pine bet Wall and Prospect 

Salt Lake City Gas Works office, nw cor 4 W and S T 

Salt Lake Collegiate Institute,, es 2 E bet I and 2 S 

Salt Lake Herald, Herald Publishing Co. es E T bet S T & i S 

Salt Lake Times, J. C. Graham & Co. ss i S bet E & W T 

Salt Lake Tribune, Tribune Pub. Co. ns 2 S bet E & W T 

Sampson Richard, printer, ws 9 E bet i and 2 S 

Samson H. F. miner, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Samuelson F. painter, ws 4 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Sandberg J. C. carpenter, ss N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Sandberg John, shoemaker, res Pear bet Central and Straight 

Sanders W. C. harness maker, es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Sanders William, clerk, se cor Ash and Bluff 

Sanders James, grocer, ns i S bet E and W T 

Sanders James, bookkeeper, ws 6 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Sands John, bartender, ss 3 S bet i and 2 W 

Saniger J. H. shoemaker, ns 3 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Saniger J. H. Jr. shoemaker, ns 3 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Sansom Thomas, teamster, sw cor I S and 9 E 

Sansome Charles, man'gr 20 ward co-op, se cor Pine and Garden 

Sarll James tailor, ss Fruit bet Ash & Beech 

Sarll Z. tailor, ss Fruit bet Ash and Beech 

Saslam John, carpenter, ss 3 N bet 5 and 6 W^ 

Saunders D. A. carpenter, sw cor 1 3 E and 3 S 

Saville George, boot and shoe maker, ns 2 S bet E T and i E 

Saville Jesse, mason, ws W T bet 7 and 8 S 

Saville Josiah, shoemaker, ne cor Prospect and Chestnut 

Saville James, clerk, ns Prospect, bet Pine and Chestnut 

Savage Charles R. merchant, res se cor Spruce and Garden 

Sawyer George, gardener, ne cor Fruit and Oak 

Sayers Mrs. Ruth, widow, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Scanlon Rev. Father, pastor Catholic church, ws 2 Ebet S T & i S 

Schaffer John, farmer, ns 2 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Schaffer O. W. farmer, ns 2 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Schaeffer Henry, clerk, ws 2 W bet i and 2 S 

Schaeffer M. Chief Justice, es 5 E bet S T and i S 

Schank J. F. Tailor, es Chestnut bet Wall and Bluff 

Orders Solicited, Ttottom, Prices, at Geo. Dun ford 9 ft. 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Wallin & Pickard,Salt Lake Cily 



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Scheib J. P. carpenter, ss S T bet 3 and 4 E 

Schettler B. H. treasurer, ns Wall bet Chestnut and Walnut 

Schluter Mrs. P. widow, ws 3 W bet I and 2 N 

Schluter William, gas fitter, ns i N bet W T and I W 

Schneider John, farmer, ns 7 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Schoenfield Edward^, clerk, ss N T bet 4 and 5 W 

Schonberg Henry, printer, es I W bet I and 2 N 

Schonhals Edward, engineer, ws 7 W bet S T and I S 

Schoppe F. E. tin smith, ws I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Schwartz Phillip, dry goods, ss I S bet E and W T 

Scofield Theodore, carpenter, ns I N bet I and 2 E 

Scofield Mrs. C. W. widow, ns I N bet I and 2 E 

Scofield Henry, carpenter, ns I N bet I and 2 E 

Scott G. M. (Scott & Co.) boards at Walker House 

Scott J. S. printer, se cor Fruit and Cherry 

Scott J. S. (S. &. Anderson,) Boards at Walker House 

Scott B. W. engineer, sw cor Wall & Beech 

Scrace Edward, confectioner, ws 6 E bet S T and i S 

Scribner D. W. stock raiser, ss 3 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Scrimgeour James, mining operator, boards at Continental 

Scroggie Archibald, farmer, nw cor 3 E and 6 S 

Seal Charles, laborer, es 7 W bet I and 2 N 

Seaman Mrs. R. widow, ns wall bet Ash and Locust 

Seamons Edward, barber, 23 Commercial St 

Seamons William, book agent, se cor Maple and Prospect 

Seamons George, clerk, es Maple bet Wall and Prospect 

Sears S. W grain merchant, res ss I S bet I and 2 W 

Sears John, porter, ss 2 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Sears Nathan, (S & Liddle,) es Prospect near Pine 

Sears Isaac, grain merchant, res ss 2 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Sebree Howard, wagon dealer, res ss 6 S bet E T and i E 

Seddon Mrs. C. widow, nw cor 2 W and 7 S 

Seddon Thomas, teamster, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

Seel Hiram laborer, res Narrow bet Bird and Pear 

Seeley William, laborer, ss 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Self John, herder, ss 7 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Sellers William, laborer, es 10 E bet I and 2 S 

Sells E. miner, se cor 2 S and 2 W 

Sewell James, laborer, ns Peach bet I W and Centre 

Sewell J. V. canvassing agent, es W T bet I and 2 S 

Sewell S. G. blacksmith, es W T bet i and 2 S 

Shanks James, farmer, es 4 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Sharkey Frank, clerk, ne cor 3 E and I S 

Mattrasses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bros, 



WilLlN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BROXCHO RIDER*. 

1 26 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Sharp W. H. H. dentist, es W T bet N T and I N 

Sharp John, supt. U C & U S R R, res ne cor Fir and Fruit 

Sharp John Jr. director, U C R R, ne cor S T and Fir 

Sharp James, ticket agent, UC&USRR, nsST bet Pine 

and Spruce, 

Sharp Mrs. M. widow, ns S T bet Fir and Oak 
Shaughnessy M., U. S. Marshal, ws I E bet S T and I S 
Shaw T. B. painter, 19 ward bench 
Shaw Luke, gardener, ss 4 N bet 5 and 6 W 
Shaw Joseph, laborer, ws Crooked bet 2 N and Cross 
Shaw Mrs. Mary, widow, nw cor 3 N and 5 W 
Shaw O. B. painter, ns N T bet I and 2 W 
Shearman W. H. druggist, ns 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Shoebridge E. B. clerk, se cor I S and 2 W 
Sheets J. A. laborer, nw cor 2 S and 6 E 
Sheets E. F. bishop, es 2 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Shell G. miner, ne cor N T and I W 
Sheller Jacob, tailor, Straight bet Plum and Peach 
Shelmerdine James, hatter, ss 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 
Shelton Robert, newsdealer, es 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Shelton George, pressman, es 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Shelton Henry, pressman, es W T bet 2 and 3 S 
Shepherd George, laborer, Plum bet Centre and Straight 
Shepherd John teamster, sw cor Ash and Wall 
Shepard D. S. blacksmith, ws 3 S bet W T and I W 
Shepard William, teamster, ss 8 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Sherriff Mrs. A. widow, ns Wall bet Oak and Fir 
SherrifT John, stone cutter, ne cor Prospect and Locust 
Sherwood C. W. bootmaker, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Sherwood Charles, tailor, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Shill Samuel, laborer, ss N T bet 6 and 7 W 
Shill George expressman, es 5 W bet I and 2 S 
Shingleton Henry, saloon, ns N T bet 2 and 3 W 
Shingleton Stephen, section hand, nw cor 3 W and I S 
Shiphaugh James, printer, se cor 4 S and 3 E 
Shipp M. B. model maker, ws 7 E bet S T and I S 
Shires Mrs. S. A. widow, ss 5 S bet E T and I E 
Shively William, saloon, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 
Shoebridge Charles, tailor, ne cor Pine and Wall 
Sholes R. H. shoemaker, ss 4 S bet E and W T 
Shore James, blacksmith, ns Prospect bet Locust and Ash 
Short William Jr. butcher, ns I S bet E and W T 
Shovell William, miner, es 5 W bet S T and I S 

Geo Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Racing Goods. 



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Showell Thomas, farmer, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

Showell William, trader, ws 3 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Showell George, restaurant, ss 2 S bet E T and I K 

Shreeve Alexander, laborer, se cor 7 E and 4 S 

Shurtliff H. C. stock dealer, ss N T bet 2 and 3 W 

Siegel Joseph, (Siegel Bros.) boards at Walker House 

Siegel Solomon, (Siegel Bros.) boards at Walker House 

Siegel Henry, (Siegel Bros.) res ws I W bet S T and I S 

Sierra Nevada Lumber Association, es 3 W bet S T & i S 

Silver W. J. engineer, ne cor Centre and Peach 

Silver J. grocer, ss I S bet E and W T 

Silver John A. engineer, ws I W bet 5 and 6 N 

Silver Joseph A. engineer, ws I W bet 5 and 6 N 

Silverwood C. E. clerk, es 4 W bet I and 2 N 

Simkins W. S. brick maker, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Simons Joseph, clerk, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Simons Thomas, shoemaker, ns I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Simons Henry, mine owner, es 8 E bet S T and I S 

Simmons Mrs. R. widow, nw cor Fir and Prospect 

Simmons Joseph F. notary public, ns Prospect bet Fir & Spruce 

Simpson J. W. plasterer, ns I N bet E T and I E 

Simpson Francis, laborer, ws 4 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Simpson Rueben, janitor Fireman's Hall, ss I S bet I and 2 E 

Sinclair Peter, carpenter, ss 7 S bet I and 2 E 

Skidmore H. B. saw maker, ns I S bet W T and I W 

Skidmore S. R. carpenter, ns I S bet W T and I W 

Skillicorm Mrs. E. widow, ss S T bet 5 and 6 W 

Slack Mrs. Mary, widow, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Slade G. W. shoemaker, ws 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Slade Mrs. E. widow, es 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Slander J. tailor, es 3 W bet N T and I N 

Slater Frederick, shoemaker, ss 2 S bet E T and I E 

Slater Mrs. Mary, widow, ss 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Slater F. C. shoemaker, Plum bet Crooked and Centre 

Sleater R. G. printer, es Grape bet Currant and I N 

Slight Thomas, type founder, ne cor 2 N and 3 W 

Sloan John, boiler maker, ws Walnut bet Bluff and Wall 

Sloan Mrs. P. L. dressmaker, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Sloan Robert L. journalist, ne cor Chesnut and Garden 

Sloan W. K. lumber dealer, ne cor 6 E and I S 

Smedley B. carpenter, ns 2 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Smedley William E. insurance agent, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Smiley Levi, miner, es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Feathers &. Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickurd 



128 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Smith Mrs. A. widow, ss I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Smith Mrs. widow, ns I N bet W T and I W 

Smith Mrs. A. widow, ss 3 N bet 6 and 7 W 

Smith Andrew, policeman, se cor 3 E and 7 S 

Smith A. K. physician, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Smith A. T. stone mason, se cor 2 E and 6 S 

Smith Arthur, saloon keeper, ws i W bet S T and I S 

Smith Albert, carpenter, es I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Smith Alfred, laborer, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 N 

Smith Mrs. B. W. widow, ss S T bet E T and i E 

Smith Corrin F. bookkeeper, ws 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Smith Mrs. C. P. widow, nw cor Birch and Hickory 

Smith Charles, bookkeeper, ns i N bet E T and i E 

Smith Daniel, mason, nw cor 3 N and 6 W 

Smith Elias, probate judge, ss NT bet W T and i W 

Smith Mrs. E. M. widow, ws Maple bet Fruit and Garden 

Smith Mrs. E. widow, ws 8 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Smith Mrs. E. widow, ns I N bet I and 2 W 

Smith Mrs. E. widow, nw cor 7 S and 3 E 

Smith Fewson, civil engineer, se cor Locust and Bluff 

Smith F. O. agent, boards at Walker House 

Smith Mrs. G. B. dressmaker, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Smith G. S. photographer, ss i S bet E and W T 

Smith George laborer, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

Smith George, engineer, ss I N bet 7 and 8 W 

Smith George, carpenter, ne cor i W and 2 S 

Smith H. J. teamster, ns 5 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Smith Henry, seedsman and florist, ws 5 W bet N T and i N 

Smith H. E. bookkeeper, ss 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Smith J. Y. policeman, se cor 2 E and 6 S 

Smith J. M. iron founder, es I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Smith J. M. real estate agent, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Smith J. G. moulder, ns i N bet 5 and 6 W 

Smith J. H. musician, ss I N bet 4 and 5 W 

Smith Joseph F. historian, ss I N bet 2 and 3 W 

Smith J. H. collector, ws W T bet N and S T 

Smith J. P. carpenter, es I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Smith John, farmer, ne cor 3 S and I W 

Smith Joseph, teamster, ss i S bet 5 and 6 E 

Smith Jacob, laborer, es 6 E bet S T and I S 

Smith Mrs. J. S. basket maker, ns i S bet E and W T 

Smith Manasseh, mason, ws 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Smith Mrs. M. A. widow, ns S T bet W T and I W 

The place for Hats, Caps & Gloves, Geo. Dunford. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

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'Smith Robert, prisoners guard, res ss 5 N bet 2 and 3 W 

'Smith R. R. butcher, ss I N bet 4 and 5 W 

Smith Rev. Father, pastor Catholic church, ws 2 E bet S T & i S 

Smith R. H. school teacher, es 4 W bet I and 2 S 

Smith Richard, hatter, ws 3 W bet I and 2 S 

Smith R. T. mining operator, boards at Walker House 

Smith S. T. clerk, ws W T bet N and S T 

Smith Mrs. S. widow, ws Maple bet Fruit and Garden 

Smith Thomas, teamster, se cor 12 E and 5 S 

Smith T. G. M. boot and shoemaker, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Smith Mrs. Martin, widow, ws 8 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Smith M. E. mining operator, es Fir bet Prospect and Wall 

Smith Nimshi, watch maker, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Smith R. D. laborer, ne cor 2 E and 5 S 

Smith T. M. tailor, ss I S bet 2 and 3 W 

Smith T. M. tanner, ns 2 N bet I and 2 W 

Smith William, farmer, es 3 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Smith William, expressman, ws 8 E bet S T and I S 

Smith William, shoemaker, es 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Smith William, laborer, se cor 1 1 E and 4 S 

Smith W. W. laborer, es 5 W bet N T and I N 

Smith W. O. foreign and domestic fruits, ss I SbetETand I E 

Smith W. S. bootmaker, ws 3 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Smith W. J. physician, es 6 E bet S T and I S 

Smithen George, machinist, ns I N bet W^ T and I W 

Smithen James, diver, ns I N bet W T and I W 

Smythe James, hatter, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Snape James, laborer, ss S T bet 7 and 8 E 

Snarr J. T. baker, ns 6 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Snarr James H. laborer, ss 6 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Snarr T. S. brewer, ss 6 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Snedaker Dr. physician, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Snedaker M. J. miner, ns 4 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Snedden Robert, stone cutter, nw cor Fruit and Locust 

Snelgrove W. H. clerk, ws 5 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Snelg-rove Edward, boots and shoes, ns 2 S bet E T & I E 

Snelgrove Edward Jr. clerk, ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 

Snell John, bricklayer, ne cor 6 S and I W 

Snell J. W. notion store, ss I S bet E and W T 

Snell Henry, soap manufacturer, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 N 

Snider John, mason, ws I W bet N T and I N. 

Snider Mrs. S. widow, ws I W bet N T and I N 

Snow Willard,- clerk, ns I N bet E T and I E 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 
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Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Pickard, S. L. City. 



1 30 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Snow George, well digger, se cor 5 S and I E 

Snow Z. attorney-at-Iaw, ss I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Snow Z. Jr. attorney-at-law, res ss I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Snowball Ralph, teamster, nw cor Wall and Locust 

Snyder B. F. saloon keeper, ss 3 S bet E T and I E 

Snyder Charles, gardener, sw cor 9 E and 8 S 

Snyder Mrs. L. widow, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Solomon James, shoemaker, ss 3 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Solomon John, shoemaker, ws 4 W bet I and 2 N 

Solomon Jake, shoemaker, ns 3 N bet 3 and 4 W 

Solomon Alfred, shoemaker, nw cor 3 N and 4 W 

Solomon Edwin, shoemaker, es 5 W bet 4 and 5 N 

Sorenson J. P. prop. Valley House, sw cor W T and S T 

Sorensen Martin, miner, ss 6 S bet I and 2 E 

Sorensen William, miner, ss 6 S bet I and 2 E 

Sorensen C. laborer, ws I E bet 4 and 5 S 

Sorenson N. C. farmer, sw cor 8 S and 5 E 

Sorenson Miss C. dressmaker, se cor -3 S and 2 E 

Sowden Joseph, carrier, nw cor 6 E and 5 S 

Sowles M. B. sewing machine agent, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Southam William, moulder, res 19 Ward 

Speed William, plasterer, nw cor 3 W and 8 S 

Speirs Harrison, blacksmith, ws 7 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Speirs Adam blacksmith, ns 5 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Speirs James, brakeman, ws 5 W bet N and S T 

Spiers Orson, blacksmith, ne cor 6 S and 7 E 

Spence William, clerk Pres. John Taylor, ws I W bet N T& I N 

Spencer Mrs. E. widow, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Spencer C. V. farmer, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Spencer Mrs. M. widow, ws I W bet N T and I N 

Spencer Henry, brick maker, Peach bet Centre and Straight 

Spencer John, clerk, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Spens Nathaniel, painter, ns 9 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Sperry Harrison, bishop 4th ward, ss 6 S bet I and 2 W 

Sperry B. M. carpenter, ws Crooked bet 2 N and Cross 

Spicer William, laborer, ns 2 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Sprague E T. attorney-at-law, ws 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Sprague S. L. physician, ws I E bet S T and I S 

Sprague S. L. Jr. deputy marshal, ws I E bet S T and I S 

Springall James, engineer, es W T bet I and 2 S 

Sproat Christopher, tailor, sw cor 2 N and Grape 

Sproul Andrew, gardener, nw cor S T and Ash 

Sproul Francis, expressman, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's Salt Later City. 



Henry Arthur's Boot ^Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 

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Squires W. C. barber, es Fir bet Garden and Fruit 

Squires Harry, barber, se cor Oak and Wall 

Squires John, barber, se cor Fir and Garden 

8tahl W. H. saloon, 54 Commercial street 

Staines W. C. emigrant agent, ws Garden bet Oak and Elm 

Standish Henry, blacksmith, se cor 5 S and I W 

Stane O. miner, Plum bet Commercial and I E 

Stanford Stephen, gardener, sw cor S T and 5 W 

Stanley Frank, baker, es 2 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Starley Stephen, laborer, i/th ward bet Grape and Crooked 

Starley John, gardener, ne cor Beech and Prospect 

Starmer W. R. pastry cook, ss I S bet 7 and 8 E 

Startup William, carpenter, ss Summit bet Oak and Elm 

Stay J. H. gardener, ns 6 S bet I and 2 W 

Stayner Charles W. attorney-at-law, ns Fruit bet Oak & Elm 

Stearns H. O. confectioner, ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Steel Alexander, weaver, ns 8 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Steen Louis, butcher, ns I S bet E and W T 

Steers William, bricklayer, ns Wall bet Cherry and Cedar 

Stenberg O. painter, 24 Commercial street 

Stephens C. E. laborer, ws I W bet 7 and 8 S 

Sterling Winfield, bartender, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Stevens T. T. gardener, ns 5 S bet I and 2 W 

Stevens Mrs. Mary, widow, ws 5 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Stevens J. W. carpenter, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Stevens Mrs. A. widow, ss S T bet 7 and 8 E 

Stevens James, carpenter, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Stevenson Mrs. M. L. widow, ss 3 S bet W T and I W 

Stevenson C. L. civil engineer, es 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Stevenson Edward, farmer, ws I W bet I and 2 S 

Steward James, laborer es cor 9 E and 5 S 

Stewart J. S. druggist, boards at Walker House. 

Stewart J. stage driver, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Stirling James, coal dealer, ss 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Stiefel E. drayman, ns 5 S bet I and 2 W 

St. Mary's academy, ws I W bet I and 2 S 

St Mark's episcopal church, ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 

St. Mark's hospital, nw cor 4 S and 5 E 

S. Mark's school, ns I S bet I and 2 E 

Stockdale Mrs. A. widow, es 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Stockdale Michael, stone cutter, ne cor 4 S and 5 W 

Stokes Christopher, clerk ws 2 W bet 6 and 7 N 

Stokes Mrs. Jane widow, ss 7 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barrait Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers 7 Took of af! kinds, W. L. Piqkard, Saft Lake City 

132 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Stone Thomas, butcher, ss I S bet W T and I W 

Stone Stephen, coal dealer, ss I S bet W T and I W 

Stoney William, gardener, ns 4 S bet W T and I W 

Stolthandske A. laborer, ss 4 S bet 9 and 10 E 

St. Paul's Chapel, ss 5 S bet I and 2 W 

Strong J, T. farmer, ns 4 S be*t 8 and 9 E 

Strong Mrs. A. widow, ns 4 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Strong William, farmer, ns 4 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Strong Hiram, teamster, ns 4 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Strong Mrs. S. widow, ne cor 4 S and 8 E 

Strobridge George, mason, ns 2 S bet II and 12 E 

Strickland Mrs, H. widow, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Strickland Obed F. attorney-at-law, se cor 2 S and 3 E 

Stringam Mrs. S. A. widow, ws 3 E bet S T and I S 

Stringham B. clerk, cor 7 E and I S 

Stringfellow George, real estate agent, ss 6 S bet I and z E 

Stuart William, laborer, ns 3 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Stuart Daniel, res ne cor 3 N and 6 W 

Suisted Carl, herder, nw cor Wall and Oak 

Suisted George, herder, ws Oak bet Wall and Prospect 

Sugden J. brick maker, ns Fruit bet Willow and Poplar 

Sullivan William, runner Valley House, res same 

Summerhays Joseph, bookkeeper, es 5 W bet I and 2 N 

Sunbeck Charles, carpenter, ne cor Chestnut & Mountain 

Sunderland William, clerk, se cor Centre and Peach 

Sutherland J. G. attorney-at-law, se cor S T and 2 W 

Swain R. H. mason, es 1 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Swain Robert, Mason, ss 2 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Swan James, plasterer, ws 3 W bet 3 and 4 S 

Swaner A. J. jeweler, ne cor 3 S and 10 E 

Swaiier E. J. jeweler, ne cor 3 S and 10 E 

Swean John, cook, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Swensen Jens, laborer, ns 8 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Swensen A. J. shoemaker, ns 6 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Swenson Andrew, tailor, ws 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Swift Mrs. A. widow, ss 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Symons Mrs. S. ss 5 S bet E and W T 

Symons Mrs. H. widow, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Symons N. farmer, ss 5 S bet n and 12 E 

Symons C. W. photographer, ns 5 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Symons Benjamin carpenter, ne cor 5 S and 1 1 E 



The Leading Boot 9 Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Fickard, S. L, City 

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Taggart Charles, piano turner, sw cor Fruit and Hickory 
Taggart Dr. physician, office ss I S bet E and W T 
Taylor Mrs. E. widow, ss S T bet W T and I W 
Taylor Mrs. H. widow, 19 ward, ns Pear st 
Taylor Mrs. H. S. fancy goods, ns I S bet E T and I E 
Taylor C. B. butcher, ne cor 2 W and 3 S 
Taylor D. J. clerk, es I W bet 2 and 3 S 
Taylor Thomas, merchant, res es 2 W bet I and 2 S 
Taylor T. E. laborer, ns S T bet W T and I W 
Taylor William, merchant, es 2 W be 3 and 4 S 
Taylor William, farmer es I W bet I and 2 S 
Taylor Hyrum, carpenter, es I W bet S T and I S 
Taylor John, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- 
day Saints, res es I W bet S T and I S 
Taylor S. W. ex sheriff, ws I W bet S T and I S 
Taylor S. laborer, ns 7 S bet E T and I E 
Taylor Obed, architect nw cor I W and I S 
Taylor J. E. city coroner, ns I S bet 2 and 3 E 
Taylor Abraham, grocer, ns 3 S bet bet 4 and 5 E 

Taylor Henry, carpenter, es 1 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Taylor William, harness maker, ns 4 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Taylor Jabez, carpenter, ss 2 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Taylor A. B. attoniey-at-law, office ne cor E T and I S 

Taylor W. H. printer, ns 4 S bet E and W T 

Taylor Stanley, hack driver, se cor E T and N T 

Taylor J. W. teamster, se cor S T and 1 1 E 

Taylor J. farmer, ns I S bet E T and I E 

Taylor G. H. (Latimer, T. & Co.) res ns 3 S bet W T and i W 

Taylor Edward, carrier, es 7 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Taylor J. T. carpenter, es 7 E bet I and 2 S 

Taylor W r . W. clerk, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Taylor John, tailor, es 5 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Taylor Joseph, teamster, ns I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Taylor J. B. expressman, es I W bet 2 and 3 S 

Taylor T. E. bookkeeper, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Taysum N. mason, ns S T bet I and 2 W 

Taysum A. J. plasterer, ne cor Oak and Garden 

Tall George, blacksmith, sw cor N T and 6 W 

Tame Alfred, harness maker, sw cor 'Wall and Chesnut 

Tavey Peter, tailor and newsdealer, ss 2 S bet E T and i E 

JSarratt Bros., Furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

1 34 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Teasdale George, clerk, ns S T bet Elm and Maple 

Teasdel S. P. merchant, ne cor S T and Pine 

Terry Mrs. A. widow, ss 4 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Tester C. C: gardener, es Crooked bet I N and Cross 

Thacker John, laborer, ss 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Thacker W T. farmer, sw cor 4 W and I S 

Thebault Frank, grocer, ns 2 S bet E T and I E 

Therning J. tailor, 20 Commercial street 

Thirkill Charles, tailor, sw cor Fruit and Ash 

Thomas Mrs. Mary, widow, ss Fruit bet Box Elder and Arch 

Thomas C. J. musician, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 

Thomas R. K. salesman, es I W bet 4 and 5 S 

Thomas T. F. laborer, nw cor Ash and High 

Thomas Thomas, works U S R R, es 6 W bet S T and I S 

Thomas D. R. tailor, es 6 W bet S T and I S 

Thomas David, machinist, ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Thomas Samuel, laborer, se cor S T and 6 W 

Thomas J. shoemaker, ws 5 W bet N and S T 

Thomas J. tailor, es 7 W bet I and 2 N 

Thomas T. T. shoemaker, ws 6 W bet N T and I N 

Thomas M. mason, nw cor 7 W and I N 

Thomas T. C. miner, ne cor I N and 7 W 

Thomas D. P. mason, es Centre bet Plum and Peach 

Thomas M. & Co. grocers, ns I S bet E and W T 

Thomson Mrs. M. widow, se cor 2 S and I E 

Thomson H. P. tailor, 21 Commercial street 

Thompson Mrs. S. widow, es 3 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Thompson Mrs. J. widow, sw cor 3 W and 5 S 

Thompson Joseph, farmer, es Cherry bet Bluff and Wall 

Thompson N. clerk, ws 5 W bet I and 2 N 

Thompson J. D. physician, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Thompson J. T. moulder, nw cor 5 W and I N 

Thompson William, shoemaker, ss N T bet W T and I W 

Thompson O. S. printer, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Thompson J. P. tailor, ns 3 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Thompson T. P. stone cutter, res ns 2 N bet Quince and I W 

Thompson P. O. clerk, se cor Chesnut and High 

Thompson R. S. teamster, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 N 

Thompson J. A. printer, ss 5 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Thomstorff August, painter, se cor 6 E and 6 S 

Thorn William, bishop 7th ward, ns 6 S bet W T and I W 

Thorn John, saw smith, ns 3 S bet E T and I E 

Thorne J. R. laborer, sw cor Maple and Wall 

Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt LaJfe City. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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Thornborg Frederick, upholsterer, sw cor 5 S and 4 E 

Thornton G. E. ss S T bet 6 and 7 E 

Thornton Charles, laborer, es E T bet N T and I N 

Thorp Mrs. L. widow, nw cor W T and I S 

Thorp H. A. carpenter, es 9 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Thorup H. F. seedsman and florist, ss 8 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Thorup J. T. clerk, ns 7 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Thurgood George, butcher, ne cor Pine and Prospect 

Thurston H. school teacher, es 2 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Tibbs Peter, laborer, ss S T bet 4 and 5 W 

Ticknor G. E. saloon keeper, ne cor E T and N T 

Tiernan John, miner, ss 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Tilford Frank, attorney-at-law, ws I E bet 2 and 3 S 

Tillett Mrs. L. widow, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Tilt Richard, grocer, ne cor Fruit and Cedar 

Timms W. J. A. carpenter, sw cor Wall and Cedar 

Timms William, carpenter, ws Poplar bet Garden and BlufT 

Tingey John, shoemaker, es 2 W bet N T and I N 

Titcomb Mrs. Mary, widow, nw cor 4 E and 2 S 

Toilet Mrs. Mary, widow, se cor Garden and Birch 

Toms James, gunsmith, ss 5 S bet E T and i E 

Tonks Mrs. A. widow, se cor Garden and Box Elder 

Toronto Joseph B. school teacher, se cor Fruit and Walnut 

Tovey W. H. clerk, ss Prospect bet Oak and Fir 

Townsend James, warm spring baths, es 2 W bet 7 and 8 N 

Toyl Mrs. F. H. widow, ne cor S T and Cottonwood 

Trehterne William, laborer, es 6 W bet I and 2 S 

Tremayne W. H. machinist, ss S T bet 5 and 6 E 

Tremayne Joseph, teamster, ss S T bet 5 and 6 E 

Tremayne Hyram, laborer, ss S T bet 5 and 6 E 

Tremayne W. H. machinist, ne cor Maple and High 

Trescott W. S. tanner, nw cor W T and 3 S 

Treseder Mrs. L. widow, es 5 E bet I and 2 S 

Treseder R. D. tailor, 24 Commercial St. 

Treweek Michael, miner, ws Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Tripp R. B. attorney-at-law, office ws E T bet S T and I S 

Tripp E. B. farmer, sw cor 2 W and N T 

Tripp F. L. laborer, ss I S bet 3 and 4 W 

Triplet George, cabinet maker, nw cor Oak and Mountain 

Trumbo J. K. auctioneer, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Trethewey Richard, blacksmith, es I E bet I and 2 S 

Tucker William, gardener, ns I N bet E T and I E 

Tucker S. S. carpenter, es 4 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City Send for-Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallln & Pickard, 8. L. Citr 



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Tucker S. farmer, ss 8 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Tuckett H. A. confectioner, ss I S bet 8 and 9 E 

Tuckfield J. W. machinist, es I E bet 5 and 6 S 

Tuckfield C. B. machinist, es I E bet 5 and 6 S 

Tuckfielcl Thomas, boiler maker, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 

Tuckfield Mrs. J. widow, ne cor Wall and Maple 

Tuddenham William, mason, se cor Ash and Wall 

Tuddenham John, bricklayer, ne cor Garden- and Ash 

Tufts Mrs. E. widow, se cor I E and 3 S 

Tufts E. laborer, ws I E bet 4 and 5 S 

Tuke William, mason, ws Beech bet Wall and High 

Tullidge and Crandall, publishers, Wasatch Building 

Tullidge John, painter, es I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Turnbow Franklin, farmer, ns 7 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Turner J. laborer, es 9 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Turner James, shoemaker, ne cor S T and I W 

Turner William, carpenter, es Locust bet Prospect and High 

Turpin Mrs. J. widow, es 5 E bet 7 and 8 S 

Tuttle Mrs. M. A. widow, ss 4 N bet 4 and 5 W 

Tuttle Rev. D. S. Bishop of Diocese, ss I S bet 4 and 5 E 

Twentieth Ward Co-op. C. Sansom supt. nw cor S T and Fir 

Twitchel Luther, carpenter, ns 3 N bet I and 2 W 

Tyler John, stock trader, es W T bet 2 and 3 S 

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U. C. & U. S. Railroad Depot, bet S T, N T, 3 W & 4 W 

Uebel Albert, (Podlech & Co.) White House 

Union Pacific Express Co. es E T bet S T and I S 

Underwood Mrs. A. widow, ss Peach bet I W and Centre 

United Order Tailors, ws E T bet S T and I S 

UpfielS William, painter, ss 7 S bet 13 and 14 E 

Ure James, works U S R R, ws 6 W bet S T and I S 

U. S. Land Office, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Utah Commercial, published monthly, office in Jones' Bank 

Utah Planing Mills, ws I W bet 3 and 4 S 

Utah Sampling Mill, J. C. Conklin, propr. ws E T bet I and 2 S 

Utah Fire Brick Manufacturing Co. Morris & Evans, proprs. sw 

cor 3 W and 8 S 

Utah Brewery, nw cor 2 N and 2 W 
Utah Conservatory of Music, ws E T bet S T and I S 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Hubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin & Pickard's 

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Valentine George, ss I S bet 9 and 10 E 

Valentine James, laborer, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

Valley House, sw cor W T and S T 

Vance J. C. teamster, ws 9 E bet 8 and 9 S 

Vandercook Oscar, dept. U. S. marshal, ss 3 S bet E and W T 

Vandusen B. B. engineer, ns 3 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Van Enschut T. H. F. mining operator, ss N T bet E T and I E 

Vanschoon G. H. stage driver, ns 4 S bet E and W T 

Vansteeter Henry, farmer, ws 5 W bet N and S T 

Vansteeter H. Jr. farmer, ws 5 W bet N and S T 

Van Valkenburg Mrs. E. widow, ws 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Van Vatt J. L. laborer, res 19 ward 

Van Zile P. T., U. S. prosecuting attorney, es I E bet S T and I S 

Vardland Andrew, laborer, ss S T bet W T and I W 

Varnes J. prop. Salt Lake House, es E T bet I and 2 S 

Varney Samuel, pop corn manufacturer, ws 4 W bet S T and I S 

Veihe Mrs. B. S. widow, es I W bet N and S T 

Vier Frederick, laborer, ws 3 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Vincent John, clerk, se cor 2 N and 4 W 

Vincent James, clerk, ss 3 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Vincent Thomas, laborer, ws 4 E bet S T and I S 

Vincent Henry, clerk, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Vincent L. ns Garden bet Chestnut and Pine 

Vine George, plasterer, ss 2 S bet 9 and 10 E 

Vogel Herman, brewer, es 5 E bet 5 and 6 S 

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Wabb S. basket maker, ws 3 W bet 7 and 8 S f % 

Wadman H. H. physician, es 4 E bet I and 2 S 

Wagener Henry, prop. California brewery, res nw cor I S & 4 E 

Wagstaff William, gardener, ns 7 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Wahlstrom Mrs. E. widow, 17 ward bet Grape and Crooked 

Walch Louis, shoemaker, sw cor Cherry and Wall 

Waldron R. S. auctioneer, ws E T bet S T and I S 

Walker House, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Walker Charles, wagon maker, ss 7 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Walker S. S. (Walker Bros.) res ws E T bet 4 and 5 S 

Walker D. F. (Walker Bros.) res ns 5 S bet E and W T 

Walker M. H. (Walker Bros.) res ws E T bet 4 and 5 S 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S. L. City 
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California Lasso Saddles Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City* 

13$ Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Walker J. R. (Walker Bros.) res sw cor 4 S and E T 

Walker W. S. bookkeeper, es E T bet N T and I N 

Walker Joseph, wagon maker, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Walker David laborer, ns 4 S bet and 6 E 

Walker David Jr. laborer, ns 4 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Walker William, weaver, nw cor 6 E and 8' S 

Wallace G. B. nurseryman, es 2 W bet N T and I N 

Wallace G. Y. commission merchant, ws 5 E bet I and 2 S' 

Wallace George, carpenter, ws I W bet S T and I S 

Wallace Henry, clerk, ws W T bet 7 and 8 S 

Wallin Edwin, (Wallin & Pickard,) res ss I S bet 5 and 6 E 

Wals Henry, plasterer, ss I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Walters B. N. carpenter, ss 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Walters Henry, shoemaker, ns I N bet 8 and 9 W 

Wardell J. S. builder, sw cor 6 S and 8 E 

Wanlass H. milkman, es 3 W bet 8 and 9 S 

Wanlass James, miner, ss I S bet 6 and 7 W 

Wannberg S. A. cabinet maker, es Pine bet High and Prospect 

Warburton Joseph, manager 1st ward Co-op, ne cor 7 S and 7 E 

Ward J. H. school teacher, ws 7 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Ward Mrs. H. A. widow, ws 5 W bet I and 2 S 

Ward A. working optician, res ss I S bet W T and I W 

Wardrobe Abram, carpenter, ss Wall bet Spruce and Pine 

Wardrobe John, carpenter, se cor Pine and Wall 

Wardrobe John, Jr. carpenter, es Pine bet Wall and Bluff 

Wardrobe J. M. carpenter, es Pine bet Wall and Bluff 

Ware Mrs. R. S. widow, es 3 W bet 2 and 3 N 

Warm Springs Bath House, es 2 W bet 7 and 8 N 

Warn C. C. gardener, ws 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Warren Mrs. M. widow, ns 4 S bet W T and I W 

Warren George, hostler, es W T bet 3 and 4.S 

Warroqjlly Robert, com, & forwarding ag't, es 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Wasatch Beer Hall, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Wasatch No. 2 engine house, ss S T bet 4 and 5 E 

Wasmer John, carpenter, ws 5 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Waterfall John, grocer, ws W T bet 5 and 6 S 

Watmough William, watchmaker, cor Quince and Apricot 

Watters I. broker, ns 3 S bet I and 2 W 

Watts Richard, cook, es E T bet 4 and 5 S 

Watson James, laborer, ss S T bet 3 and 4 W 

Watson James, nightwatchman, ws 4 W bet 5 and 6 S 

Watson James, mason, ws Quince bet 2 N and Cross 

Watson J, M. marble worker, es Quince bet 2 N and Cross 

Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



Nobby Riding Saddles and Bridles, Wallin & Pickard,S. L. CUy 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 1 39 

Watson Thomas, wagon maker, ws Maple bet Wall & Prospect 

Watson Robert, miner, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Watson Alexander, laborer, nw cor 5 S and 3 W 

Watson Alexander Jr. brakeman, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Wayman John, farmer, es E T bet 6 and 7 S 

Weakman John, sawyer, ne cor 2 S and 10 E 

Webb C. G. farmer, ns 2 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Webb Eli, laborer, ws 4 W bet 6 and 7 S 

Webb J. G. stock raiser, ss 3 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Webber T. G. secretary Z C M I, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Weber Mrs. E. widow, ns 4 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Weggeland D. artist, sw cor 4 E and 6 S 

Weiler Jacob, farmer, ns 7 S bet I and 2 E 

Weiler E. M. farmer, ss 7 S bet E T and I E 

Weinel John, miller, ns 2 S bet I and 2 W 

Welch Richard, miner, es 4 W bet S T and I S 

Wellard J. E. laborer, ws Cedar bet S T and Fruit 

Wells O. carpenter, ss S T bet 4 and 5 E 

Wells Joseph, watchman, nw cor Elm and High 

Wells D. H. lumber merchant, res se cor E T and S T 
Wells D. H. Jr. res se cor S T and E T 

Wells Phares, teamster, ss I S bet 6 and 7 E 

Wells R. S. clerk, se cor S T and E T 

Wells Fargo & Co. bankers, es E T bet I and 2 S 

Wells Mrs. J. widow, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Wells Mrs. W. widow, ns 3 S bet 2 and 3 E 

Wells J. F. ns i S bet 3 and 4 E 

Wells H. M. ns I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Wesley Dr. J. E. herbal physician, ss 6 S bet 2 and 3 E 

West Mrs. Mary, widow, se cor 2 E and 5 S 

West James, tanner, ne cor Chestnut and Garden 

West J. G. laborer, se cor Garden and Cedar rf 

West Henry, barber, ne cor I W and 2 S 

West William, saloon keeper, ws E T bet 5 and 6 S 

West Jesse, brick layer, ns 5 S bet 2 and 3 W 

West Jesse, Jr. brick layer, ns 5 S bet 2 and 3 W 

West A. H. farmer, ns 5 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Western Union Telegraph Co. es E T bet S T and I S 

Weston J. F. laborer, ws Box Elder bet Garden and Bluff 

Weston James, teamster, ns Garden bet Cottonwood & Box Elder 

Westwood Thomas, gardener, ss I N bet 5 and 6 W 

Westwood W. G. shoemaker, ws Birch bet S T and Fruit 

Wetzel W. A. carpenter, ns 6 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros, 



Saddlery &Saddfery- Hardware, Jobbed by Waflin & Pickard, S.L.City 



140 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Wetzel E. M,. carpenter, ne cor 6 S and 4 W 

Wetzel O. L. sewing machine ag't, es Franklin Ave. bet 2 & 3 S- 

Whale John, laborer, se cor 2 N and 2 W 

Wheeler A. D. land agent, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Wheeler John, butcher, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Wheeler R. H. machinist, ss I S bet 3 and 4 W 

Wheeler William, laborer, ns 7 S bet 5 and 6 E 

Wheelock Richard, miner, ws i E bet 3 and 4 S 

Wheelock R. P. carpenter, ss 5 S bet E and W T 

Whipple N. W. painter, es 5 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Whipple N. W. carpenter, ns 3 N bet 4 and $ W 

White I. physician and surgeon, ns 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

White House, A. PodLech & Co. propr's, sw cor E T and 2 S 

White William, engineer, sw cor 3 W and 5 S 

White E. M. stamp clerk P O, ss 2 bet I and 2 E 

White C. L. brush maker r es Walnut bet High and Prospect 

White H. R. plasterer, es Walnut bet High and Prospect 

White Mrs. D. widow, se cor Bluff and Walnut 

White George, harness maker, ns Garden bet Elm and Maple 

White E. H. expressman, sw cor Prospect and Cherry 

White William, butcher, es 4 W bet I and 2 N 

White John, farmer, ws 6 E bet 7 and 8 S 

White James, butcher, ss I S bet 7 and 8 E 

White J. D. law student, ns 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 

White H. L. printer, ns 2 .S bet 3 and 4 W 

Whitehead G. A. saloon keeper, ns Garden bet Pine & Chesnut 

Whitehead James, gardener, ss 4 N bet 5 and 6 AY 

Whitehill W. B. carpenter, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Whitmill Henry, freighter, es 10 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Whitney J. farmer, se cor E T and N T 

Whitney O. F. reporter, ss N T bet E T and I E 

Whitney H. K. clerk. Pres. John Taylor, ss N T bet E Tand i E 

Whitney H. G. clerk, ss N T bet E T and I E 

Whitney J. sawyer, ws Oak bet Wall and Prospect 

Whiting John, mason, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Whittaker David, farmer, ws 4 W bet N T and I N 

Whittaker George, builder, ss 3 S bet W T and i W 

Whittaker Mrs. B. widow, ss i N bet 3 and 4 W 

Whittaker Henry, shoemaker, res I9th ward 

Whittemore B. F. prop. R R Exchange, opposite R R depot 

Whitworth Atkinson, salt manufacturer, Bird bet Narrow & Last 

Whitworth Jeffery, laborer, res Bird bet Narrow and Last 

Whytack James, wood turner, ws 2 W bet N and S T 

Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dunford's. 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Waliin & Pickard, Salt Lake City 



Salt Lake City General Directory. 141 



Wickings James, cabinet maker, ss I S bet 7 and 8 E 
Wickel John, livery stable, ws I E bet 6 and 7 S 
Widdison William, laborer, es 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 
Widdison Robert, blacksmith, res es 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 
Widdison James, blacksmith, res es 6 W bet 2 and 3 N 
Wilcken C. H. watermaster, se cor Currant and Grape. 
Wilcox W. E. night watchman, ss 2 N bet 3 and 4 W 
Wilcox Walter, carpenter, es W T bet 2 and 8 S 
Wilding George, clerk, ns 2 N bet 6 and 7 W 
Wilder E. B. engineer and surveyor, ns 4 S bet 6 and 7 K 
Wiles Arthur, bartender, sw cor 3 S and 2 E 
Wilkes Edmond, civil engineer, ss I S bet 4 and 5 E 
Wilkie Samuel, laborer, ne cor W T and 8 S 
Wilkins H. A. tailor, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 
Wilkins Mrs. S. A. widow, ws W T bet 7 and 8 S 
Wilkinson William, miner, es 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Wilkinson John, miner, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 
Wilkinson R. M. bookkeeper, res ws I W bet I and 2 S 
Wilkinson Mrs. W. B. milliner, ss I S bet E and W T 
Wilkinson W. H. clerk, ns 2 S bet I and 2 W 
Wilkinson W. B. grocer, ns 2 S bet I and 2 W 
Willard H. W. livery stable, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Willes William, school teacher, ns Wall bet Oak and Fir 
Willey Christian, tailor, es 5 W bet 6 and 7 S 
Williams A. E. laborer, ns S T bet Ash and Beech 
Williams A. L. bookkeeper, ws 3 W bet I and 2 S 
Williams D. R. miner, es 2 E bet I and 2 S 
Williams David, miner, ws 3 W bet I and 2 S 
Williams David, laborer, es 9 W bet I and 2 N 
Williams Evan, farmer, ws 6 W bet N T and I N 
Williams Edward, gardener, sw cor 4 S and 2 W 
Williams Mrs. E. widow, ss S T bet 2 and 3 E 
Williams H. F. attorney-at-law, office Wasatch building 
Williams Joseph, hostler, es 2 E bet 5 and 6 S 
Williams John, teamster, ns S T bet Hickory and Ash 
Williams J. E. clerk, ss I S bet 5 and 6 E 
Williams Mrs. Mary, widow, nw cor 4 E and 2 S 
Williams M. L. farmer, res 17 ward es Grape 
Williams P. L. attorney-at-law, se cor Fir and Garden 
Williams R. B. tax collector, ss Fruit bet Cedar and Birch 
Williams Robert, tailor, nw cor S T and Beech 
Williams R. miner, ns 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 
Williams T. J. stone cutter, es 7 W bet N T and I N 

Mattrasses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bro?, 



WiLLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS. 

1 42 Salt Lake City General Directory. 

Williams T. S. expressman, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Williams T. V. bookkeeper, se cor 5 E and 2 S 

Williams Mrs. Thomas, widow, es 2 W bet S T and I S 

Williams Walter, salesman, es Birch bet Bluff and Wall 

Williams W. D. clerk, es I W bet N and S T 

Williams W. H. trader, ns I S bet E and W T 

Williamson James, butcher, nw cor W T and 4 S 

Williamson Dr. J. physician, ws I E bet 4 and 5 S 

Williamson E. C. druggist, ne cor I S and 2 E 

Willis J. C. laborer, ss S T bet 4 and 5 E 

Willis George, bookkeeper, es W T bet N T and I N 

Willoughby John, clerk, ws 10 E bet S T and I S 

Wilson J. T. broom maker, nw cor 6 E and 8 S 

Wilson Franklin, laborer, ns 6 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Wilson C. W. miner, es 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Wilson William, mason, ne cor 4 S and 5 E 

Wilson William, miner, ws 4 W bet S T and I S 

Wilson J. R. carpenter, ss I S bet 4 and 5 W 

Wilson W. D. miner, es I W bet I and 2 S 

Wilson J. F. laborer, se cor Oak and Bluff 

Wilson Benjamin, cabinet maker, ne cor Bluff and Quaking Asp 

Wilson Frank, baker, es 4 E bet 5 and 6 S 

Wilson F. laborer, es W T bet N T and I N 

Wilson Henry, miner, ne cor Chestnut and High 

Wilton Mark, actor, se cor Oak and Prospect 

Winberg William, blacksmith, Olive St. bet Commercial and I E 

Winberg A. W. clerk, es I W bet 4 and 5 N 

Winder J. R. assessor and collector, es 3 E bet S T and I S 

Winder J. R. Jr. clerk, es 3 E bet S T and I S 

Winegar Mrs. M. widow, nw cor N T and 3 W 

Winegar A. J. carpenter, ns 3 N bet 5 and 6 W 

Winegar Mrs. A. M. widow, ws 5 W bet 3 and 4 N 

Winegar William, laborer, es 5 W bet I and 2 N 

Winklass Joseph, brick layer, ss 6 S bet 3 and 4 W 

Winslow J. H. clerk Walker House, res same 

Winsor Mrs. Jane, widow, ws 4 W bet 4 and 5 S 

Winter Thomas, laborer, nw cor 2 W and 5 S 

Winter S. H. stone cutter, ws 2 W bet N T and I N 

Winter J, millwright, ss 2 S bet I and 2 E 

Winter T W, laborer, sw cor 7 S and 4 W 

Winterton W H, laborer, Arch bet Wall and Prospect 

Wiscombe Walter, clerk, sw cor Maple and Prospect 

Wiscombe Geo., merchant, es Spruce bet Prospect and High 

Geo JDunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & Pickard carry fall lines Trotting and Racing Goods* 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 143 

Wiscombe Mrs. J C, widow, es Maple bet Fruit and S T 

Witerburg Mrs. M., widow, ns Garden bet Elm and Maple 

Witherell J, school teacher,-es W T bet 6 and 7 S 

Wittinber C P, carpenter, ne cor High and Elm 

Witworth Mrs S, widow, sw cor Ash and High 

Wollcott Henry, stonecutter, es I W bet 2 and 3 S 

Wolstenholme Daniel, bookkeeper, es 6 W bet I and 2 N 

Woman's Exponent, Mrs. E. B. Wells, editor, sw cor S and E T 

Woodbury W. J. nurseryman, nw cor I W and 6 S 

Woodbury J. farmer, ws I W bet 5 and 6 S 

Woodbury T. H. nurseryman, nw cor I W and 6 S 

Woodford E. 1 2 Ward store, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

Woodmansee Joseph, miner, ws W T bet 2 and 3 S 

Woodruff Wilford, farmer, ws W T bet S T and I S 

Woods, W. W. attorn ey-at-law, ne cor N T and I E 

Woods J. C. shoemaker, ns 5 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Woods James, clerk, ne cor 3 E and 6 S 

Woods W. B. clerk, ws W t bet 5 and 6 S 

Woodward Samuel, salesman, 5 houses east of Eagle Gate 

Wooley E. T. clerk, ws 2 E bet S T and I S 

Wooley S. A. bishop, sw cor 4 S and 3 E 

Wooley A. farmer, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Wooley William, farmer, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Wooley Frank, clerk, ss 4 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Wooller Mrs. C. P. widow, es 3 E bet 4 and 5 S 

Woof 'M. cigars and tobacco, es E T bet I and 2 S 

Woolf I. clothing, es E T bet I and 2 S 

Woolsey W. A. miner, ss 4 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Wooton Jesse, carrier, ws 2 W bet S T and I S 

Workman O. G. stone cutter, ns 2 S bet W T and I W 

Workman Joseph, paper hanger, sw cor 3 W and 6 S 

World Caleb, salt dealer, ne cor N T and 2 W 

World Henry, clerk, es I W bet I and 2 N 

Worley J. M. laborer, se cor 2 W and 3 S 

Worwood John, engineer, es 3 W bet 2 and 3 S 

Worthen Henry, mason, es 10 E bet 6 and 7 S 

Worthen J. A. mason, ws Fir bet Fruit and Garden 

Worthen Edwin, ma^on, ws Fir bet Fruit and Garden 

Worthen John, mason, ws Fir bet Fruit and Garden 

Wright John, ns 2 S bet W T and I W 

Wright George, brewer, se cor 7 E and 4 S 

Wright A. R. Jr. carpenter, nw cor Spruce and Bluff 

Wright A. R. book agent, ss Prospect bet Oak and Fir 

Feathers &. Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets & Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wailin & Pickard 

1 44 Salt Lake City General Directory. 



Wright William, clerk, res iQth ward 
Wright William, barber, es I W bet 3 and 4 S 
Wright J. D. sawyer, ns 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 
Wright Robert, gardener, ws 3 E bet 5 and 6 S 
Wright Robert, laborer, ss I N bet 8 and 9 W 
Wright Mrs. H. widow, res ws 7 W bet S T and I S 
Wright C. farmer, se cor I E and 6 S 
Wright G. W. waiter Walker House 
Wright C. R. farmer, es I E bet 6 and 7 S 
Wright, Alexander, laborer, ns 8 S bet 4 and 5 E 
Wurzburg L. grocer, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 



Yates William, laborer, res ne cor S T and 6 W 

Yates William, expressman, es 2W bet 3 and 4 N 

Yeager Henry brickmaker, ns 7 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Yeager Hiram, blacksmith, ns 7 S bet 3 and 4 E 

Yearian W. H. furnishing goods, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Yearsley David, clerk, ws I W bet N T and I N 

Yeaw A. M. cook, ws 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Young F. H. laborer, ws 5 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Young A. D. ( Y. & Marks,) ns S T bet E T and i E 

Young Legrand, attorney-at-law, ns S T bet I and 2 E 

Young E. I. bookkeeper, ns 3 S bet W T and I W 

Young J. C. journalist, ws I E bet I and 2 S 

Young Brigham, editor Deseret News, ns N T bet E and W T 

Young Mrs. J. A. widow, ss I S bet 3 and 4 E 

Young S. B. physician and surgeon, ws 4 E bet S T and I S 

Young Mrs. J. W. widow, ns I N bet W and I W 

Young Mrs. A. widow, ws 5 E bet S T and I S 

Young Bert, farmer, ws 5 E bet S T and I S 

Young J. M. bookkeeper, ss 3 S bet 8 and 9 E 

Young B. B. law-student, sw cor Pine and Bluff 

Young B. H. farmer, sw cor I Sand 3 E 

Young Joseph, sw cor Pine and Bluff 

Young Mrs. M. A. widow, ns S T east of I E 

Young H. O. clerk, ws Locust bet Fruit ar^d Garden 

Young Mrs. M. J. widow, ns S T bet E T and I E 

Young Mrs. T. widow, ns S T bet E T and I E 

Young Mrs. E. B. widow, Lion House, South Temple 

Young Mrs. Susan, widow, Lion House, South Temple 

Young J. W. speculator, ns S T east of I E 

The place for Hats, Caps & Gloves, Geo. Ttunford. 



Cash paid fop Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake City General Directory. 145 

Young Mrs. L. D. widow, ns S T bet E T and I E 
Young Mrs. M. B. widow, Lion House, South Temple 
Young Mrs. H. C. widow, ns S T bet E T and I E 
Young Mrs. Amelia, widow, sw cor S T and I E 
Young Heber, ns S T bet 2 and 3 E 
Youngberg, Charles, engineer, se cor 5 S and 10 E 
Youngberg Oscar, boarding house, cor Plum and Olive 

z 

Zeigler Samuel, waiter, es 2 E bet 3 and 4 S 

Z. C. M. L es E T bet S T and i S 

Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Co. es E T bet S T and I S 



BOOK PUBLISHERS 



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We are prepared to print, in neat and workmanlike manner, 

all forms of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, 

BRIEFS, MAGAZINES, 

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ETC., ETC. 

A splendid assortment of Body and Display Types, enables us to 
furnish a First-Class Job in every particular. 

BOOK BINDING A SPECIALTY. 



We refer to this book as a specimen of our work. 

S. G. GE&HAM & CO., 

P. O. Box 387. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 
18 



146 Utah Directory Enamel Paint Advertisement. 



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Established 1851. 



148 Utah Directory Walker Bros. & Co s. Advertisement. 




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Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Pickarrf, 8. L. City. 



Salt Lake City Business Directory. 



149 



SALT LAKE CITY 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



ARCHITECTS. 

Angel T 0, sw cor 1 E and 6 S 
Folsom W H, RW cor 1 W and S T 
Harrison E L T, Belleview Terrace, 19 

ward 

Monheirn Henry, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Paul Wm, cor Garden and Locust 
Taylor Obcd, over Deseret Bank 



H. MONHEIM, 

ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. 

PLANS DRAWN 

SPECIFICATIONS MADE TO ORDER. 



ESTIMATES 
OFFICE: Main St., bet. 1 and 2 South. 



ASSAYERS. 

Bishop & Grismon, es E T bet l and 2 S 

Hodges Wm. es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
MsVicker John, es E T bet 1 an^ 2 S 
Meader J B, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 



J. F. Crismon. 



F. M. Bishop. 

BISHOP & CRISMON 



MAIN STREET, SALT tAKK CITY, UTAH. 

(Three doors north of Salt Lake House.) 

Special attention paid to "Sample 
Bottles" and all kinds of Bullion. Sam- 
ples sent from a distance promptly at- 
tended to, and returns made on the fol- 
lowing day. Charges reasonable. 

ANALtTBGAL W@BR A 8P1QJALTY. 
P. O. Box 1094. 



ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CHURCHEH 
& WARD MEETING HOUSES. 

Cisler's Hall, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Congregational Church, ss 3 S bet E fc 

WT 

I O O F Hall, ne cor E T and 1 S 
Liberal Institute, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Masonic Hall, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Methodist Episcopal Church, ns 3 S bet 

E T and 1 E 

Presbyterian Church, ne cor 2 S and 2 E 
Salt Lake Theatre, nw cor 1 S and 1 E 
Social Hall, es I E bet S T and 1 S 
St Mark's Church, (Episcopal,) ns 1 S 

bet 2 and 3 E 
St Mary Magdalene Church, (Catholic, ) 

ws 2 S bet S T and 1 S 
St Paul's Chapel, ss 5 S bet 1 and 2 W 
Tabernacles, Temple Block 

Ward Meeting Houses: 

1st Ward, ws 8 E bet 7 and 8 S 

2nd " BS 7 S bet 4 and 5 E 

3rd " ns 7 S bet 1 and 2 E 

4th " sw cor W T and 7 S 

5th " sw cor 3 W and 7 S 

6th ' ws3 W bet 4 and 5 S 

7th " ns 5 S bet W T and 1 W 

8th " ns 4 S bet 1 and 2 E 

9th " sw cor 4 S and 5 E 

10th " sw cor 4S and 8 E 

llth " sw cor 1 S and 8 E 

12th " ss 1 S bet 4 and 5 E 

13th " ns 2 S bet 1 and 2 E 

14th " ss 1 S bet W T and 1 W 

15th " ss 1 S bet 3 and 4 W 

16th " ne cor 1 N and 4 W 

17th " ss 1 N bet W T and 1 N 

18th " ne cor S T and 1 E 

19th " sw cor 2 W and 4 N 

20th " Garden bet Spruce and Fir 

21st " Fruit bet Ash and Beech 



Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Advertisements. 



W. H. HOOPER, President, H. S. ELDREOGE, Vice President, L. S. HILLS, Cashier. 

DESEEET NATIONAL BANK, 

U. S. DEPOSITARY. 
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH. 




Surplus $50, 




SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS, 

AND 

REMITTANCES MADE INVARIABLY ON DAY OF PAYMENT, 
AT CURRENT RATES OF EXCHANGE. 




Oor:n.er East Te:no.ple aaa.dL Second. 

SALT LAKE CITY, - UTAH. 

- IMPORTERS OF -- 



DRUGGISTS 9 GLASSWARE & SUNDRIES, 

PUTTY & 



Our Stock is very complete, and we are prepared 
to furnish Complete Outfits for 

DRUG STORES. 

Parties entrusting orders with us can rely upon good selections 
and prompt attention. 



Henry Arthur's Boot &. Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake Ci y, 



Salt Lake City Business Directory. 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW . 



EXCELSIOR BAKERY, 

Edward Scrace, Prop. 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 



BREAD, CAKES, CRACKERS, CAN- 
DIES, NUTS, GROCERIES, ETC. 



Appleby W P se cor 3 S and 1 W 

Barnum E M ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Baskin & DeWolf, over Deseret Bank 

Bennett & Harkness, es E T bet 1 & 2 S 

Bird W H, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Dilley & Pearson, Wasatch Building |Betweet) South Temple and 1st South. 

Dunne E F, Wasatch Building 

Gee W W, Wasatch Building, 

Gilchrist & Sprague, Wasatch Building 

Goldthwaite & Maxwell, ws E T bet 2 

and 3 S 

Hall H W, ws 1 E bet S T and 1 S 
Hall W C, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Hempsted C H, swjcor 1 N and E T 
Hoffman Frank, ss 2 S bet W T & 1 W 
Hoge E D, Wasatch Building 
Huey C P, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 

Hyndman Wm, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Johnson H D 

Jonasson S J, Wasatch Building 

Kaighn M M, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Lewis S H. Wasatch Building 

Lewk Barbour,-nw cor S T and Locust 

Lomax J D, ss 3 S bet E T and 1 E 

Longsireet S P, nw cor 2 S and 1 E 

Marshall & Boyle es E T bet l and 2 S 

Marshall J A, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
McCurdy S P, Wasatch Building 
McKean, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
McKnight Jas, sw cor 1 S and 5 E 
Miner A, ns 2 S bet W T and 1 W 
Musgrave, J W, es 1 E bet S T and 1 S 
Patterson A S, es E T bet I and 2 S 
Pratt H, es W T bet S T and 1 S 
Rosboiough & Merritt, ns 1 S bet E T 

and 1 E 

Sheeks & Rawlms, ss 1 S bet E & W T 
Snow 2. ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Snow Zerubbabel, ns 2 S bet E T & 1 E 



BAKERIES, 

Arnold Henry, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 

Gardiner E, ws E T bet b T and l S 

Grunden J L ; es 9 E bet S T and 1 S 
Hagell J, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Hill & Hawkins, ws E T bet S T & 1 S 
Busier & Gebhardt, ns 2 S bet E T 

and IE 

Lange C, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Miller R, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
iCrace E, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 

BANKERS. 

Deseret National Bank, ne cor E T & l S 

Jones T R, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

London Bank of Utah, (Limited,) es E T 

bet 1 and 2 S 

McCorniCk & Co, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Walker Bros, nw cor E T and 2 S 
Zion's Saving Bank and Trust Co, es K 

T bet S T and 1 S 

BARBERS. 

Berg L, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Button Chas, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
j Clark Geo, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Diehl Chris, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Dye E W, Walker House 
Fehr C es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Heinau M, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 



Stayner C W, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Strickland O F, se cor 2 S and 3 E 
Sutherland & McBride, ws E T bet 1 

and 2 S 

Taylor A B ne cor E T and 1 S 

Tilford & Hagan, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S |Hennefer & Burns, ws E T bet 2 & 3 S 
Tripp R B, ws E T bet S T and 1 S JMakin A, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Van Zile & Beatty, over McCornick'siSeamoj-is Ed, 23 Commercial 

bank j Squires & Price, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 

Williams & Young, es S T bet E T & 1 S Squires John, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Woods & McKay, ss 2 S bet E T & 1 E| Wright & Cox, es E T bet S T and 1 S 

AUCTIONEERS. BASKET MAKERS. 



Heed H A, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Trumbo J K, es 4 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Waldron R S, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 



Smith Mrs. Jane S, ns 1 S bet E & W T 
Renshaw Timothy, se cor 4 S and 2 W 
Kenshaw T O, ns 6 S bet 4 and 5 W 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



152 Utah Directory Advertisements, 



D. Day Estate. John R. Birnes. D. L. Davis, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, 
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS 

HARDWARE, ETC. 



We call the attention of the Trade and the General Public to our 
Immense Stock. We sell as low as any house in Utah. 

IFE&H DRIED FROCKS & SPKI&It I 

^ AGENCY -sN^ 

MME. DEMOREST PATTERNS. 

- S/VE.X I-AKE: 



JOHN C. CUTLER, Agent, 

PROVO WOOLEN MILLS, 

Old Constitution Building, - SALT LAKE CITY, 

AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP 

UTAH MANUFACTURED GOODS, 

Cassimeres, Tweeds, Flannels, Yarns, 
Blankets, Shawls, Soaps, Trunks, 

Utah Cotton Batting, Brooms, &c. 



ROBERT GARDINER, Propr. 

MAIN STREET, BETWEEN SOUTH TEMPLE AND FIRST SOUTH. 

- Manufacturer and Jobber in < 

CANDIES, CRACKERS, NUTS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, 

FANCV GROCERIES, ETC. 

{ Specialty made of} 

HOME-MADE A3V T IMPORTED CA3VDIES. 

CANDY FACTORY, MARTIN'S AVENUE. 



Shoemakers' Tools of al! kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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BATHS. 

aieinaau M, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
.Marier Bros, 18 Commercial 
.Reese J, ss 1 S bet E an i W T 
'Townsend James, Warm Springs 

BILLIARD HALLS, 

(Continental Hotel, sw cor W T and l S 

Russell & Barns, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
"Walker House, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
"Wmte Hotise, sw cor E T and 2 8 

BILL POSTER, 

'iTraham Jos, office with J C Graham & 
Co, Emporium Buildings 

BLACKSMITHS. 

.Dunne D, se cor W T and 2 S 
Evans Moses, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 W 
Lodge R J, 53 Commercial 
Milner & Yeager, ss 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 
."Palmer M, sw cor 5 S and 1 E 
Peck W H, nw <?or N T and 1 W 
.Pondleton A M. ns 2 S bet E and W T 
Tendleton A J, ns 2 S bet E and W T 
Perry E R, ns 2 S bet W T and 1 W 
Sloan John & Co, ws \V T bet S T & 1 S 
-Speirs Bros, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 



Second South Street, between 1 and 2 East 
Salt Lake City. 

HORSE SHOEING a SPECIALTY 

Interfering or Speedily Cutting, Overreach- 
ing or Stumbling Cured, 

Horses and Mules shut! with Care. 

Prices in accordance with the times. 

A. M. PENOtETON, PROP. 



BOARDING HOUSES, 

Donelson C M, ns 2 S bet 1 and 2 E 
Greenig D, ss 1 S bet 1 and 2 E 
Greenwald A, ns 3 S bet E T and 1 E 

BOILER MAKERS. 



Chislett Bros, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Dunford Geo, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Sloan John & Co, ws W S bet ] S & S T Payne Jas, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Tuckfield Thos, ss S T bet 2 and 3 W Sadler Wm, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 



Haynes & Son, ss S T bet 1 and 2 W 



BOOKBINDERS. 

Deseret News Pub Co, ne cor S and E T 
iGraiiam J C Ss Co, ss l S bet E and W T 

Kslly A H Si Bro, ss 1 S bet E and W T 

Salt ;,ake Herald Pub. Co, es E T bet s 

T and 1 S 
Tribune Pub Co, ns 2 S bet E and W T 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERY 

Deightou Frederick, at Post Office 
Deightofi Robert, at R, E- depot 

Dwyer Jas, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Pe.rce G M, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Raybould W F, ws E T bet 1 and 2 H 
Read S G, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 

Tavey Peter, ss 2 S bet E T and l E 

Wright A R, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
BOOT AND SHOE SHOPS. 
Barrell Charles, Market Row 
Hooper W J, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Jensen C G & Bro, 3 Commercial 
Johnson A, 36 Commercial 
Lloyd John, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Payne Jas, ws E T bet l and 2 S 

hiser G <', ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Geo. ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 



Sherwood C W, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Sholes R H es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Slade G W, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Smith T G M, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Snelgrove -E, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Solomon Bros, ws W T bet S T and 1 S 
Z C M I, Martin's Avenue 



W. J. HOOPER, 




Special Attention paid to 
Custom, Work- 

Repairing Neatly Done% 

First South Street, two doors west of Theatn 



BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS, 



The Leading Booty Shoe Hat House, Geo. Dunford 

19 



1 54 Utali Directory Advertisements. 




L010NBM OF UTAH, LIMD, 

SALT LAKE CITY 
26 AUSTIN FRIARS, LONDON, 

Authorized Capital, 





JEVE&Y KIND OF LEGITIMATE BANKING BUSINESSJ 
TRANSACTED. 

COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY REMITTED. 

ANTHONY GODBE, Manager. 

G. M. PEIRCE~ 



DOOR NORTH OF WALKER HOUSED 

SAI/T LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

A FULL STOCK CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 



Ordering Department for Books, Stationery, 
jEtc., in person^ or by mail, a specialty. 

Inks in great variety, and of all colors; Envelopes, white, colored 

and tinted; Ladies' correspondence paper and visiting cards; 

linen paper, etc.; Desk furniture; Standard copy books, 

Star copying books, school supplies of all kinds, 

SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARIES SUPPLIED. 

JBIBLES, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN. 

Books of aft the standard authorities, and of all departments 
of literature; latest and best books on hand promptly. 



Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Rickard, S.L, 0% 



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GEORGE SAVILLE, 

Boot aid Sloe fflamfaclirer 

Second South St. between Main and 
1 East, S-ilt Like ( ity. 

I'HE BSST of MATERIAL USED 

And a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. 
Repairing Promptly Attended to 

BOWLIN-G ALLEY, 
Alt J, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
BREWERIES. 

^California Brewery Depot, ns 2 S bet E 

T and 1 E 
ilveyser and Moritz, Salt Lake Brewery, 

he cor 5 S and 10 E 
illtah Brewery, nw eor 2 N aad 2 W 

BRICKMAKERS. 

Braby & Cheshire, ns S T e of Willow 

Hilton & Booth, 21st ward 

Mori is & Evans, sw cor 3 W and $ S 

BROKERS, 

Barnes C, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Pomeroy C E, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Watters I, Godbe's drug store 

BRUSH MAKERS. 

Jones T C, ss 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 
White C L, es Walnut bet High and 
Prospect 

BUTCHER SHOPS, 

Burrows H, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Cook Chas, ns 1 S bet E and WT 
Faubei Val, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Grill Ph & Bro, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Guiver G. ss S T bet 2 and 3 W 
lannan P H, ss l S bet E T and 1 E 
Lucas Chas, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Lucas & Co, ss Garden bet Ash and 

Beech 

May & Wood, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Moulding L, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 
Perkes Henry, ss S T bet 4 and 5 E 
Petersen W H, ns 1 S bet E andW T 
Short Wm Jr, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Steen Louis, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
White & Son, ns 1 S bet E and W T 



Ph. GRILL & Bro., 

BULLS IEAD MEAT MIBIET 



Betweeen 2 and 3 South, S. L. City. 

fresh Meals of all descriptions aL 
ways on hand at theloroest rates. 



BUILDERS, 

Asper Wm, ws Quince bet 2 N & Cross 
Barnes Jas, us 2 N be* 1 and 2 W 
Culmer Fred, nw cor Prospect and Oak 
Ellis G S, es 8 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Evans D M, ss 3 S bet 1 and 2 W 
Folsom W H, ws 1 W bet S T and 1 S 
Harrison R, 30 Commercial 
Hoddr & Byers, 36 Commercial 
Morris & Evans, ws E T bet S T & 1 S 
Pawl Win, as Garden bet Maple and 

Locust 

Player C Jr, se cor 4 N and 6 W 
Romney J G, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Wardell J S, sw cor 6 S and 8 E 

Watson Bros, ss S T bet 1 and 2 E 

CARPET WEAVERS. 

Bailey G S, 13 Commercial 
Bentley Jos, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Gray A W, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Hulbert Wm, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Furster J B, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 

CHIMNEY SWEEPER. 
Alstrom J T, ns 1 S bet 2 and 3 E 
CIGARS AND TOBACCO, 

Button C, ws E T, bet 1 and 2 S 
Carter, Evans & Co, es E T bet 1 & 2 S 
Halsett A, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Harris Ed, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Leviberg J, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Levy Sam, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Phillips M C, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Woolf Moss, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

CIVIL. ENGINEERS 

(See Engineers J 



Bar rate Bros., Furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



i ; 56 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



WATSON BROS. 

Stone Cutters & Builders, 



V* 

'S <H 




Monumental and Tomb-Stone Work done in the 
highest style of art. 

MARBLE AND IRON MANTELS ANI> GRATES. 



DANIEL, DUNNE, 




-MANUFACTURER OF- 



Iron Fencing, Gates, Tree Guards, Garflgi Roller Clairs, 

(Ornamental Fencing for Cemetery Lots, Iron Bed- 
steads, Children's Cots, Etc. 



ALL KINDS OF GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND 
GENERAL JOB WORK. 



Fencing From $1,00 Fef 00t Upwards, 

- - i - :o:^ -- 

Office and Works, Second South, one Block West of Main, and 
one South of Townsend House. 



Address P. O. Box 471. 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin &. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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CLOTHIERS. 

Auerbach F Si Bro, ws E T bet l and 2 s 
Goldberg L & A, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Jennings Win & Sons, sw cor E T & 1 S 
Lipman & Davis, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Nathan S J, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Re : lly T B, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Phelps H E, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Reggel Louis, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
S egel Bros, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Woolf I, ee E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Yearian W H, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

COAL DEALERS. 

Balniforth Chris, es E T bat 2 and 3 S 
Cowling P C, 16 Commercial 
Gould A, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Hepwortb Jos, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Salmon Win, ns 1 S bet E T and W T 
Stirling Jas, ws 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Cutler John C, -s E T bet S T and 1 S 
lieed HA, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Smith W O, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Utah Forwarding Co, ne cor E T & 1 S 

CONFECTIONERS. 

Arnold H, \s E T bet 1 S and ST 
Arbogast Geo, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Culmer G F, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 

Gardiner Robert, ws E T bet S T and l s 

Harris John, 14 Commercial 
Stearns H O, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

CRACKER FACTORY. 

Husler & Gebhardt, ne cor Commercial 
and 1 S 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 

Culmer G F, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 



Dr. J. M. EDMUNDS, 



Siirpal anfl Metoical Dentist, 



Second South Street, between 10 and 
11 East, Salt Lake City. 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Admire Mary, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Harper Miss Annie, ss 1 S bet E T & 1 E 

Lapham Mrs M G, ns 1 S bet E and W T 

Mather Miss, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Sloan Mrs P L, ss 2 S bet 1 and 2 E 
Smith Mrs G B, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Sorenson Miss C, se cor 3 S and 2 E 
Swenson Miss Julia, ns 4 S betE & W T 

DRUGGISTS. 

Godbe Pitts & Co, se cor E T and 1 S 
Lyne C & Co. ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Moore, Allen & Co, se ccr E T and 2 s 

Richards H J & Co, ws E T bet S T 

and 1 S 
Z C M I, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

DRY' GOODS. 

Auerbach F & Bro, es E T bet 1 and 2 s 

Cameron & Co, w& E T bet S T and 1 S 
Cohn Bros, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Galligan John, ss 1 S bet E and W T 



Jennings Win & Sons, sw cor E T 
Schwartz P, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Ireland & Watson, ss 1 S bet E and W Tl Ttasclel S P, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Little & Eoundy, ws E T bet S T & 1 s jWalker Bros, nw cor E T and 2 S 

CUTLERS. j ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. 

Clayton John, 22 Commercial (Civil and Mining J 

Skidrnore H B, ns 1 S bet W T and 1 W- .,. 

'Bowers W H H & Co, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

jBredemeyer Wm, ss 2 s bet E T and l E 

IBuettner Ernst, es Pine bet Wall and 
Prospect* 



Caldwell J A, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 



DENTISTS. 

Anderson G, se cor Elm and Bluff 
Barlow J M, se cor 3 W and 1 S 
Clawson S H, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Crawford & Chapman, over post office jDaggett E, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Edmunds J M ss 2 S bet 10 and HE jDickert Ferdinand, ws W T bet 3 & 4 S 
Groves W H, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S (Eastman Frank, ws 3 E bet 2 and 3 S 

Neibour A, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S Eilers Antoine, ws Walnut bet Fruit and 

Sharp W H H, us S T bet E T and 1 E I Garden 



Geo, Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



158 Utah Directory F. Auerbach & Bro. Advertisement. 



F. AUBBBACH & BRO. 

55 EAST TEMPLE STREET, 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 




MILLINERY IN ILL ITS BRJNCHBS, 

Ladies and Children's Shoes, La 
dies Cloaks, Furs,, Dresses, 
Underwear, 



IGENTS AND BOYS' CLOTHING, 
GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS, 

GENT'S AND BOYS' BOOTS & SHOES, 
GENT'S & BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS, j 

Blankets, Rubber Boots & Clothing, 
Notions, Cutlery, Pipes, &c., 



We import most of our foreign goods direct, buy our domestic; 

goods from manufacturers only, and with our sixteen 

years experience in the wants of the trade of 

Utah and surrounding country we 

are enabled to sell goods at 

prices quoted in 

ANY 

lEASTERN OR WESTERN MARKETS, 

FREIGHT ADDED. 
Orders promptly filled and honorable treatment guaranteed. 

F. AUERBACH & BRO. 



Utah Directory Mining Machinery Advertisement. 1591 



MINING MACHINERY, 

HOISTING ENGINES, 

Ten Different Styles and for any Power Required. 

Q, U^ IR.TZ IMI I Ola H, S, 

For Dry and Wet Crushing. 

Pumping Engines, Cornish Pumps, Steam 

Pumps, Bowers' Air Compressors 
I Single or Duplex, Power Drills. j 

IMILL ENGINES OF COMMON SLIDE VALVE PATTERN,; 

CORLISS AUTOMATIC CUT OFF 

CONDENSING ENGINES, j 

COMPOUND DIRECT PUMPS, Single or Duplex.j 
Portable Engines and Portable Saw Mills. 

BOILERS of A.LL KHSTDS^j 

From 4 to 1000 horse power, Tubular, Cylinder or Locomotive. 



We employ a Draftsman in our Office and are prepared to furnish on short 
(notice, Plans and Specifications of Quartz Mills complete of any size from 5 to 
100 Stamps. Our work is all made East from our own designs, and for Price, 
Quality and Finish, we defy competition. 

We are theonlv firm in Utah prepared to execute contracts of this nature. 
We solicit a call before ordering any kind of Machinery, as our knowledge of 
the requirements of the mining and milling interests guarantees perfect batis- 
f action to purchasers; and our work being all made by templets, enables us to 
duplicate any part on the shortest possible notice. 

Office two doors North of Wells, Cargo's Bank. 

W. H. H. BOWERS & CO, 

Mechanical and Consulting Engineers, - - Salt Lake City. 



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Utah Directory Advertisements. 



THE 



PLACE 



-IN- 



TJtettL 

TO PURCHASE A 

COMPLETE OUTFIT 

OF 

Prnnhw fllflQQWflrp ^lilvor Plptpfl Wpro 

ulubiulY, uldobMo, oliYol ildiDll Mo, 

j t t t\ 

Cutlery, Etc., Etc., is from 



Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah: 



ABRAM GOULD, Agent, 



-DEALER IN- 




rimMCanyoi&Wer 




ROCK SPRINGS. 



JJelivet ed, 
At Yard, 



$9.00 per Ton. 
8.00 < 



RED CAJSTYON. 



Delivered. 



$7.00 per Ton. 
6.50 " 



At Yard, - 

CAR LOAD RATKS. 



Rock Springs, 

Weber 

Red Canyon, 



$7.50 per 
7.00 " 
6.00 " 



A. G-OTJ31.33, 
Agent Rock Springs &. Red Canyon Coal Co. 

OFFICE. Main Street, two doors north of Deseret Bank. 



iBest Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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IFerron A D, es Pine bet Wall aud Pros- 
pect 

iFox Jesss W, m 1 S bet 1 aud 2 W 
.Fox Jesse Jr, ne cor 1 W aud 2 S 

G-orliuski Jos, es 1 W bet 2 and 3 S 
Hardy H irvey, n-; 1 S bet 5 aud 6 E 
Hesse EH ss 4 S bat 6 and 7 E 

.Jes*eu A, ws E U bat 2 and 3 S 
M ithevvs J E. ws 1 E bet 5 aad 6 S 
Palmar O A, ne cor W T and 4 S 

.Salomon Otto, es Pine bat Wall and 
Prospect, 

:Smith Fewson, se cor Locust aud Bluff 

Stevenson C L, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Wilder E B, es E f bet 1 and 2 S 
Wilkes Edmoud, ss 1 S bet 4 and 5 E 

ENGRAVERS. 

Druce Henry, 27 Commercial 
.Harrison Jas, us 5 S bet 9 and 10 E 
Plumley G W, Tribune office 

FORWARDING MERCHANTS. 

3Jtah Forwarding Co, office ne cor E T 

andl S 
Warrockley E, es 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 

FOUNDRIES. 



Sixth Ward Co-op, ws 2 W bet 4 and 5 S 
Snsirj W, nw cor 2 S and 1 E 
Teasdel S P, ws E T bst 1 and 2 S 
Thirteenth Ward Co-op, ws E T bet E 

T and 1 S 

Twelfth Ward Co-op, ss 2 S bet 4 fr 5 E 
Cweu'ueih Ward Co-op, nw cor S T and 

Fir 
Twenty-first Ward Co-op, n? Cor Ash 

and Fruit 

Wilksr Bros, nw cor E T and 2 S 
L C ,vl I, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

GLOVERS. 

Anderson A, es 2 E bet 4 and 5 S 
Druce Henry, 2-7 (Jouimercial 
Frantzen A, sw cor Commercial and 1 S 

GRAIN AND PRODUCE. 

Armstrong T C, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Bailey & Son, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Cohn H, with Auerbach Bios, es E T 

bet 1 and 2 S 

Sears Isaac, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Soars & Liddle, es E T bet S T and l S 
Z C MI, esE Tbet 1 and 2 S 

GREENGROCERS AND POULTRY. 



Davis Howe & Co, ws 1 W betN T & 1 N Abrams L S, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Pierpont Thos. ss 1 S bet 2 aud 3 W Bowi-in? W C, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Salt Lake Iron Works, es 3 W bet S T C3:tt & Leith, ws E T bet 1 and 2 8 



and 1 S 
.Silver W J. ss N T bet W T aud 1 W 

luakfield J W & Son, es l E bet 4 & 5 S 
FLOUR MILLS, 

Husler & Gebhardt, ws 1 S bet E T & 1 E 
Kimball's Mill, ss N T betE T and 1 E 
L-fler J M, nw cor 9 S and 9 E 
Pugsley P, sw cor 2 W and 5 N 

FURNITURE. 

Sarratt Bros, ws E T bet l and 2 S 
i^inwoodey Hsnry, ss 1 S bet E aud W T 
Sandbn-g J C, ns S T bet W T and 1 W 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 



Ciiadd Mrs N, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Crocheron G W, us 1 fS bee E and W T 
L'icas J L, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Pli03 W L, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Sauders Jas, ns 1 S bet E and W T 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 

Bailey & Son, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
B,.li J P ; sw cor 1 E and 7 S 
Barrows Ethan, ss 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Bowring W C, ns 2 1 bet E and W T 
Brauting A F, ne 'Cor 4 E and 7 S 
Brooks G F, ns 1 S bet E aud W T 
Butterworih Ed, sw cor 3 S and 3 W 
Carter Robert, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 
(Urtwiight John, ws 1 E bet 5 and 6 S 
C3Sil & Leith, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Cisler F, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Cooper C, ns S T bet W T and 1 W 



Day & Co, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Eurdley Mrs Z G, es E T bet 6 and 7 S 

Eieven-h Ward Co-op, se cor 7 E & 1 S Calmer G F, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 

First Ward Co-op, ni cor 7 S end 7 E Cuuum^tou & Co, ne cor E T and 2 S 

Pift33nth Ward Co Op, ns 1 S bet 2 & 3 W Cutler C & Bro, ns 1 S bet E and W T 

Jeuniugs Wui <fe Sous, sw cor E T & 1 S Davis G^o W, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 

Needhijm Mrs Sarah, ss 1 E bet 3 & 4 S Lay & Co, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 



Barratt Bro?, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City-Send for Price List 
20 



1 62 Utah Directory- W.J. Silver's Advertisement, 








WOp. JND MACHINERY 




AILROAOandlTE 




IRON RAILING, GATES, 

ETC., ETC. 

IRON PIPING & HYDRAULIC WORK, 

BUILDINGS HEATED BY 

STEAM or HOT "WATER 



ETC., ETC, 

Wm. J. SILVER, - Proprietor, 



South side, between West Temple and First West Streets,! 
P. O. Box 546. SALT LAKE CITY, 



Utah Directory H. Dimvoodey's Advertisement. 163 



Established 1857. 



HENRY DINWOODEY, 



DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



HI 




CARPETS, LINOLEUM OIL CLOTHS, 

BE3STT "WOOD SOHOOIj IDESICS, 

BUILDING AND ROOFING PAPER, 

MQttrQOOQO Boliv PQiri 

. IdlQdbiiod, Dduj Udlll 






Cornice Moulding, Window Cornices, 
Lace Curtains, Lambrequins, 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

ALL KINDS OF UPHOLSTERY WORK DONE TO ORDER. 



Also, a Competent Paper-hanger at 

HENRY BIJJWOOBEY'S, 

T5, 77 & 79 First South Street, Salt Lake City. 



1 1 64 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 

&: 'WTILiIjOTKT' "W 

JOBBING TRADE A SPECIALTY. 

- 64 Main Street. 

SALT LAKE CITY, - - '- - UTAH. 

2P- O. Bo2r ^Q^. I 



UTAH Fill A1IN6 COMPANY. 

GENERAL FORWARDERS Si COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Branches at all Shipping and Receiving 

points on Railroads in Utah. 

General Office Deseret Bank Building, 

SALT LAKE CITY - ~ UTAH. 



W. 




No. 84 First South Street, - - Salt Lake City. 

3P.O- 2302s: 



JAKE HEUSSER & BRG., 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

GUNS, PISTOLS & AMMUNITION OF ALL DESCBIPTIUNS, 

A large variety of Fishing Tackle and Pocket Cut- 
lery constantly on hand. Repairs Neatly 
and Promptly Executed. 

Keys of all descriptions on hand and fitted to order. 
First Door South of Wolls, Fargo & Go's Bank, - - SALT LAKE CITY, 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin $ Pickard, S. L. Citv 



Salt Lake City Business Directory. 



,6 5 



Frautzeu A., ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Fnr.ster J B, ss 2 S bet E T und 1 E 
Giles B M, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Gillispie Jus, ss 1 Sbet E T and 1 E 
Hawkins Mrs E, ns S T bet 1 and 2 W 
Jamas J G and Co, ns 2 S bet E T & 1 E 
Johnenu J, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Kahn Bros, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Kimball & Lawrence, nw cor E T & 1 S 

Lawson John, ss 2 S bet 1 and 2 E 
Lawson Speirs, us 2 S bet 6 anil 7 E 
Lucas J L, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Lyngberg-F G. ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
McDonald John, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
McMasters W A, se cor 9 E and 1 S 
Meredith J b. ns S T bet W T and 1 W 
Newman Mrs MA ns N T bet 6 & 7 W 
Pflxinan Mrs S, ss 1 S bet W T and 1 W 
Patten T C. SB 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Pritchard Thos, ws 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Silver J, s 1 S bet E and W T 
Taylor Abraham, ns 5 S bet 4 and 5 E 
Thebault F, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Thomas M & Co, ns 1 S bet E and W T 
Tilt li, ne cor Fruit and Cedar 

Walker Bros, nw cor E T and 2 S 

Waterfall John, ws W T b t 5 and 6 S 
Wilkinson W B, ns 2 S bet 1 and 2 W 
Wisconibe G, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Wurzburg L, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Young & Marks, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 



HARDWARE. 

Callahan M B. ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Cunnington Co, ne cor E T and 2 S 
Day & Co, \vs E T bet 1 and 2 S 

K.mball & Lawrence, nw cor E T & i S 

Scott G M & Co. ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 



<!EO. BC. &COXZ & 0, 

Dealers in 

HARDWARE, ip, STEEL, 



W. A. McMASTEKS, 

Dealer in 

Groceries &teral Mere Wise, 

Also Manufacturer of 

ROPES, TWINES, LINES, SINCHES, 
AND CURLED HAIR, 

S. E. cor 9 East and First South St. 
SALT LAKE CITY. 

GUNSMITHS. 

Barker Jos, 25 CommerciaJ 
Beard W T, ss 1 S bet E and W T 

Heusser J & Bro, es S T bet l and 2 S 
Toms Jas, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 

HAIR STORES. 



Mill Findings, Miners' and Black- 
smith Tools, etc. 

91 AND 93 MAIM STREET, 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 



HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 

Agu'ar F G, 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Borg L P, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Brewer H, se cor 4 E and S T 
Bridge J M, HS 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Crow & Bowring, ws E T bet 3 T & 1 8 
Gorringe Wm, es 1 W bet 4 and 5 N 
Gustaveson & Co, ss 2 S bet E T & 1 E 
Jenkins J W, sw cor 2 S and 1 E 
Konnicke Emil, Commercial St 
Moss, Brewer & Co, ss 2 S bet ET & 1 E 
Mower G W, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Patten Henry, ws 1 E bet 1 and 1 S 
Platt Francis, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Heed J W, es E T bet 1 S and S T 
Keinig G. ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Sanders W C, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Taylor Wm, es 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Wallin & Pickard, ss 2 S bet E T & l E 

HIDE AND WOOL DEALERS. 

Buxbaum M & Co, ne cor 1 S ar?d 3 W 
Clawson H B ss S T bet E and W T 
Pickard W L, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 

HOTELS. 

Clift House, nw cor E T and 3 S 
Continental Hotel, sw cor l S and W T 
| Overland House, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
| Salt Lake House, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 



Dye Mrs C E, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 

Gregory Mrs J E as 1 S bet E and W T! Valley House, sw cor W T and S T 

Wilkinson Mrs W B, ss 1 S bet E and Walker House, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

W T 1 White House, sw cor E T and 2 S 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



1 66 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



PRACTICAL GUNSMITHINQ ON MODERN PRINCIPLES. 
W. If. BEARD, ^ JF Rifles, Pistols and FisedAm- 

Dealeriu ^^V^ 

BREECH & MUZZLE ^^dlC^V Fir8t 8outh Street ' * few 

^^Si^-^^r a ors west of Jenmng's 

leading J^3* Corner> 



r dFtc>TSALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.! 

I re-cut Rifles, also Sight and Shoot Rifles, fit Pistol Grips to hoth Rifies and! 
Shot Guns, bore Shut Guns to shoot close either with choke or cylinder bore; re-j 
model and make over guns like new. Browning, Blueing and Case- Hardening! 
done in handsome and durable style. Sewing Machine repairing. Locksmithing; 
and all kinds of fine machine work done with skill and dispatch. 



C. LANGE, PROPRIETOR. 



All kinds of 

Breads, Cakes, Pies &c., &c.| 

First South Street, ist Door West of Kimball & Lawrence's. 




' 

SALT UAKE CITY, UTAH, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 

PINE JAPAN AND ENGLISH BREAKFAST 



HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE!! 

PAINTS, OILS AND BRUSHES, 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, 
WOODEN AND TINWARES, 

ROPE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, 
MINERS' SUPPLIES, AND 

HOWE'S PLATFORM & COUNTER SCALES. 



LAFLIN & RAND SPORTING AND BLASTING POWDER. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. 

KIMBALL 4 LAWRENCE.! 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Vallin & Pirkanfs 



Salt Lake City Business Directory* 



167 



ICE DEALERS, 



LUMBER DEALERS. 



MACHINE SHOPS, 

Da\is Howe & Co, ws 1 W bet N T ami 

1 N 

Pierpont Thos, ss 1 S bet 2 and 3 W 
Sliver W J, ss N T bet W T and 1 W 
Tuckfield & Son, es 1 E bet 5 and 6 8 

MILLINERS. 

Brooks J Q, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Button Mdme, w E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Colebrook Mrs, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Dye Mrs C E, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Rumel Mrs A, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Wilkinson Mrs W B, ss 1 S bet E ami 
WT 



fast E M sw cor 4 S and 10 E I Armstrong Fiank, ns 1 S bet 6 and 7 E 

Clawson Mrs John, Alley off IS let E Eardley J AV, ws 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 

T and 1 E lEddington Wuj, ss 2 S bet 2 and 3 W 

Dodge W H, n? 1 8 bet E T and 1 E i Gibson Wm, nw cor Elm and Bluff 
Heil John, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E Latimer, Taylor & Co, sw cor S T & 2 W 

i Mason & Sells. PS S T bet 1 and 2 W 
IMPORT ER & JOBBER OF FRUIT, i Sl ' erra N eva aa Lumber Co, es 3 W bet 8 

Smith W 0, * 1 S bf t E T and 1 E 
INSURANCE AGENTS, 

Anderson Hugh, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Grant H J, ss 1 S bet E and W T 

Zimball & Lawrence, nw cor E T & l S 
Smedley Wm E, es E T bet l and 2 S 

JEWELERS & WATCHMAKERS. 

Asmussen C Q, ws E T bet S T and 1 8 
Sliason L, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Ferguson Q C, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Harvey Andrew, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Hauerbach A, 20 Commercial 
Jensen J S, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Jones Wm, ss 1 S bee E T and 1 E 
Joslin & Park, ws E T bet 1 ard 2 S 
Neilsen S, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Reiser H. ss 1 S bet E T and ] E 
Swaner Bros, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

LAND AGENTS. 

Bailey T C, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Bird W H, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Froiseth B A M, ns 6 S bet E and W T 
Stayner C W, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Wheeler A D, ws E T bet 2 and 3 8 

LIBRARIES. 

Masonic Library, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Territorial Library, ns 1 S bet E T & 1 E 
University Library, ne cor 1 N and 2 W 

LIME DEALERS. 

Joues G R, Market Row 
Macduff Mrs T, Commercial St 
Pascoe F J P, North of City 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Blodget Geo, es 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Carney Wm, es 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 
McKimmons Mark, ns 1 S bet E T & 1 E 
Morrill J K, ns 2 S bet E and W T 
Mulloy & Paul, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Wickel & Son, 17 Commercial 



Empire Mining and Milling; Co. 

Of TJtaJbL. 

WILLIAM McKxY, President, 
GILBERT L. CBOWELL, N. Y., Vice-Pres. 
H. A. VAN PBAAG, Secretary & Treas, 
ROBERT MOLHALL, Superintendent. 



Location of Mines, Ontario vein, Par- 
ley's Park, Uintah District, Utah. 

Office Romney Block, Salt Lake City.U.T. 



MINING AND SMELTING OFFICES 

Hidden Treasure Mine, G R Ayers. ss 3 

S bet 1 and 2 E 

Germania S and R Co, over Des, Bank 
Eclipse Mining Co, ss 2 S bet E & W T 

Empire Mining and Milling Co of Utah, 

Germania S & R Co, n cor E T & 1 S 

ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Eureka Hill M Co, ss 1 S bet E & W T 
'Flagstaff S M Co, over Deseret Bank 



Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros. S, L. City 



1 68 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



FIRST SOUTH STREET, 
Salt Lake City, ... Utah, 

IMPORTER AND 
WHOLESALE DEAL'ER IN 






Brushes, Paints, Oils, 

Varnishes and Artists' Materials, 

ALSO PROPRIETOR OF THE CELEBRATED BRANDS 

3Pt 

Pot H 9of f ee* 



LARGEST STOCK IN UTAH 

Vf JLJJL.LK/rj I I J-iXLJuJi X J.LU1J. 

Corks, Bottles, Etc., Etc. 





SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM 
THE COUNTRY. 

:o 



Agents wanted for our Paints, Teas and Cottees. 



California Lasso Saddles Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City 



Salt La ke City Business Directory, 



169 



Mackintosh R. ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Miller Mining and Smelting Co, ws E T 
bet 2 and 3 S 

Ontario S M Co, ss [ S b*t E and W T 
Ssott & Anderson, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
Clayton Wm ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 



Chris, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Darke S W, Herald Office 
Hoge E D, Wasatch Building 



Societe des Mines D' Argent et FouderieR Jack Ja8 Pre8 . Taylor's Office 
De BmshHm, ne cor 1 b and E T 1 8chettler B H city Hall 



Citv 

The. Joab Lawrence Co, ss 1 s bet E andjg m 7 th "j; s ^ M "; pposi 7 e *Waiker House 

'Simmons JOS F, es E T bet S T and 1 S 
Staynor Chas W, es E T bet S T & IS 



WT 

Utah Sampling Mill, ws E T bet 1 & 2 S 



Williams H F, Wasatch Building 



11. C. Chambers, Supt. 

OFFICES; First South Street, 

{ Between East Temple and i East,J 

SALT LAKE CITY, <J. T. 



MUSIC DEALERS. 

Calder D O, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 

Careless George, ss 1 S bet E and W T 

JDaynes John, ws E T bet S T and l S 
NEWSPAPERS &c. 

Bikuben (Scandinavian) published week- 
ly, Oave near Commercial 



Long Mrs. B S, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
i Salisbury J M, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Taylor Mrs H S, ns 1 S bet E T & 1 E 

PAINT SHOPS. 
Cracroft T & J, ns 4 S bet 7 and 8 E 

Harman G J, ws l E bet 2 and 3 S 

Midyley & Sons, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Morris W C, ns 1 S bet W T and 1 W 
Spens & Kennedy, es 1 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Stenberg 0, 24 Commercial 
Tullidge John, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 



News, published daily, semi- 
weekly and weekly, ne cor E T & S T 

Juvenile Instructor, published bi-weekly, 
ns S T bet 1 and 2 W 

Rocky Mountain Christian Advocate, pub- 
lished monthly, ws E T btt 2 and 3 S 

Salt Lake Herald, published daily and 
semi-weekly, es E T bet S T and 1 S 

Salt Lake Times, published daily, ss 1 S 
bet E and VV T 

Salt Lake Tribune, published daily and 
weekly, ns 2 S bet E and W T 




PAINTS AND OILS. 
Culmer G F, ss 1 S bet E T and Com 



TT b7r d d'' 2 r UShed m nthly ' e8 *&VA,S cor E T aad 1 S 

'Moore, Allen & Co, se cor E T and 2 S 

Western Magazine,! Utah edition,) Pierce % C M * ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
& Patton, publishers, one dollar per PAPER HANGERS 

year, every issue illustrated. Sub- 
scribe for it. 'Dinwoodey H, ss 1 S bet E an* W T 

Lambourne VVm, es Fit- bet Wa 1 ! and 

Bluff 

Midgley & Son, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Rivers Bros, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 



Woman's Exponent, published 1st and 
15th of each month, sw cor S T and 
ET 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORI>, Salt Lake City. 

21 



1 70 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



^^, LUMBER -*- 

T. & G. FLOOpG, If! STIC SIDIf, WINDOWS, DOOH& 

AND BLINDS. 

SHINGLES and LATH a -Specialty Lumber Sawed and Dressed to Order. 

Yard opposite Geo. Q. Cannon's Kesidenee, SALT LAKE CITY. 



JOHN WM. SNELL,, Proprietor, 

ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF THEATRE, SALT LAKE. CITY. 

Manufacturer and Dealer In 

FINE, COARSE & MILLING SALT, 

Large Quantities on Hand. Dealer in 

General Merchandise, Charcoal, Cedar Posts, 
Wood, Hematite Iron for Fluxing. 

:C.i:Lv:E! IKZZH.IfcTS.. O-erieral ToloToer. 



George E. Anderson, 

PHOTOGRAPHER !! 

MAIN ST.r opposite Herald Office, SALT LAKE CITY. 

CABINET PHOTOS, $5.00 per dozen. CARDS $3.00 per dozen. i 

BON-TONS, 8 for $1.50. GEMS, 8 for $1.00. 

TIN TYPES A SPECIALTY. 



AUGUSTUS PODLECH, ALBERT UEBEL.! 

WHITE HOUSE, I 

BEST F^I^CIIj"^ ECOTIEJLj 

MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

TERMS $2.00 PER DAY. MEALS 50 CENTS. 

Best of Liquors and Four Billiard Tables for accommodation of Guests. 

A.. PODLECH & CO,, Proprietors. 



Utah Directory A dvertiscments. 



ESTABLISHED I864-. 



171 



DEALERS IN 



CLOTHING, 

FURNISHING GOODS, 

BOOTS, HATS ETC. 

88 MAIN STREET, - - SALT LAKE CITY. 



Orders from the Country solicited, which will receive our best 
attention and at Lowest Prices. 



SAM LEVY, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




DEALER IN 








Factory Two Doors West of Walker Bros., 
Salesroom 92 Main St., SALT LAKE CITY. 



172 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



O IF W O O ID 

Dealer in ^T^s^v 



BASE BALL MATERIALS, ETC. 

HOME RAISED AND IMPORTED FLOWER AND GARDEN 

~^ SEEDS, **^ 

A LIBERAL DISCOUNT ALLOWED TO THE TRADE. 
6O First South Street SALT LAKE 





* Importer and Jobber of 



CALIFORNIA AND FOREIGN FRUITS, 

W<r* and *^^- 

IR, IE S IK OYST IE IRS. 

45 First South Street, Two Doors East of Main Street. 



GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT, 

P. O. Box 3O2, - - SALT LAKE CITY. 




CASH ASSETS, _$3.358.687.84 

OtiLer Oo:m.pa,:n.Ies I^epreseaa-ted.. 

HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, 

PHGENIX INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, 

INS URANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, PHILA. (see adv. page xi) 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD,' 

PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF PHILA. (see adv. page xi.) 

GERMAN AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. 



ZETire Oom.pa,ziies. 

LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, (see adv. page xi) 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANClTcOMPANY OF NEW YORK. 

COMBINED CAPITAL AND ASSETS OVER - - 5140,000,000 



Nobby Riding Saddles aiid Bridles, Wallio & Phkard,S. L. 



Salt Lake City Business Directory. 



P 1 1 NOG RAPHERH . 

Gibbs G F, President's Office 

Moffat Jus, ss Prospect bet Maple auc 

Elm 

Patterson A S, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Pratt H, es W T bet S T and 1 S 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Anderson G E, ws E T bet S T and l P> 

Carter C W, ns 5 S bet 3 and 4 E 
Fox & Symons. ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Savage C R, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Smith G S, ss 1 S bet E and W T 

PHYSICIANS, 

Anderson W F, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Benedict Bros, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Bernhisel J M, ue cor N Tand W T 
Be van A D, ws 4 W bet 2 and 3 N 
Castle Wm, ns 3 S bet 3 and 4 E 
Clinton J, ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Davis M L, SH 3 S bet E and W T 
Douglas G C, ns 2 S bet 2 and 3 E 
Downing J G, ws E T bet 3 and 4 S 
Ferguson Mrs E B, es 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
Fowler Allen, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Gardiner Dr F, ss 2 S bet 1 and 2 E 
Hadley J R, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Hamilton J F, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Higgins Dr, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Holland J M, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Hovey O D Sr, 19 Ward 
Lindsley E, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Ma'-shall S, ns 6 S bet 2 and 3 E 
Newton S E, Wasatch Building 
Peterson A, es 4 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Plant E L, Market Row 
Pratt Mrs R B, ws E T bet S T and 1 .S 
Richards J S, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Russell Wm, es 1 W bet N and S T 
Smith A K, es 3 E bet 3 and 4 S 
vSmith W J, es 6 E bet S T and 1 S 
Snedaker Dr. ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Sprague S L, ws 1 E bet S T and 1 S 
Taggart J P, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Thompson J D, Wasatch Drug Store 
Wadmau H H, es 4 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Wesley J E, es 1 E bet 2 an^ 3 S 
White I, ns 2 S bet 5 and 6 E 
Williamson J, ws 1 E bet 4 and 5 S 
Young S B, ws 4 E bet S T and 1 S 

PLANING MILLS. 

Latimer, Taylor & Co, sw cor S T &. 2 W 
Oakey Thos, ws 1 E bet 3 and 4 S 
Utah Planing Mill, ws 1 W bet 3 and 4 S 
Sierra Nevada Mill, ss S T bet 2 & 3 W 



PLUMBERS AND GASFITTERS. 

Heesch & Ellerbeck, ws E T bet S T 
[ find 1 S 
] James David, ws W T bet S T and 1 S 

Reid G E, t s E T bet 2 and 3 S 

j 

POTTERIES. 

City Pottery, Eardley & Croxall, sc cor 

E T and 5 S 
Petson F, es 3 E bet and 7 S 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Callister & Mousley, ws E T bet 2 <fc 3 S 

Deseret News Office", ne cor S and E T 
Graham J C & Co, es l S bet E and w T 
Herald office, es j T bet S T and l s 
Tribune Office, ns 2 S bet E and W T 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Bird W H, ws E T bet 2 anil 3 S 
Cooper Bros, undr T R Jone's bank 
Gilberson C M, es W T bet 1 and 2 S 
Kelsey Eli B & Son, ns l S bet E T & l E 

Manning J, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
l Martin Edward, Martin's Avenue 
I Pomeroy C E, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
j Simmons JOS F, es E T bet S T and 1 S 

Smith J M, ss 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 

RESTAURANTS. 

Aubrey ThOS, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Bourne Mrs E. es 1 S bet E and W T 
Clasby & Hogle, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Dinwoodey Jas, es E T bet l and 2 s 

Gilroy Mrs L A, 5 Commercial 
Hage'll John, ss I S bet E T ac-d 1 E 
Hallander J, 26 Commercial 
Hill & Hawkins, ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Palmer F, Wasatch Building 
Showell Geo, ss 2 vS bet E T and 1 E 

SALOONS AND LIQUOR DEALKRS 

Alt Jacob, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Auer & Murphy, (Occidental,) ss i s !><<< 

E T and 1 E 

Boukofsky N, SK 1 S bet E T and 1 K 
Boulter John, es E T bet 2 and b S 
Clasbey & Hogle, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Clift House Saloon, nw cor E T an<l -3 S 
Conrad W K, sw cor 1 S and 1 E 
Erikson John, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Graves & Snyder, ss 1 S bet E T & 1 K 
Hill & Trewhela, ee E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Horn & Hamerneck, ss 2S VetET & 1 K 



Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus^ Stands & Tables, Etc,,Barratt Bros 



I 'tali Director}' Morris & Evans Advertisement. 



MORRIS & EVANS, 








, SLATE & 




of" 



PLA.STK1R OF PARIS. 



PIONEER 



Owners of the Right for the 



PATENT CONCRETE SIDE AND 
GARDEN WALKS. 



TZEZIE: 



OFFICE, Main Street. WORKS, Fifth Ward 

v-x^rM*. O. BOX 



Saddlery &Saddlery-Hardware,Jobbed by Wallin &. Pickard, S.L.City 



Salt Lake City Business Director] 



175 



Wholesale & Retail Lipr Dealer 

29 & 31 First South St., Salt Lake City. 

BLUE WING SALOON, 

Liquors for the 

FAMILY TRADE, 

A SPECIALTY. 



Lolliu John, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Margetts P, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
McTieruey J. es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Morton & Tufts, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 

Newman & Seed, ss l S bet E T and l E 

Occidental, (Auer & Murphy,) ss 1 S bet 

E T and 1 E 
Ordner and Patterson, ss 2 S bet E and 

W T 
Pitt & Co, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 



HINWflOHEY, 
ARCADE RESTAURANT, 

Opposite Teasdel's Store, 
Salt Lake City, - Utah. 

The above eating house is well and 
favorably known and the proprietor in- 
vites the public to call and see him when 
visiting the city. 

CUISINE FIEST CLASS. 



SAMPLING WORKS. 
Conkliug J C, ne cor 3 S and 3 W 
SCHOOLS. 

District Schools. Each ward School 
and Meeting House. (See Assembly 
Rooms &c. ) 

Free School No. 1, ws 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Salt Lake Academy, ss 3 S bet E & W T 
Salt Lake Collegiate Institute, es 2 E 



II, R, EXCHANGE HOTEL 

JLJt 



OPPOSITE KAILKOAD DEPOT, 

Salt Lake City, - Utah. 

B. F. WHITTEMORE, 

PROPRIETOR 



Bansohoff N S, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Russell & Burns, es E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Shingleton H, ss 1 S b t E T and 1 E 
Stahl W H, 54 Commercial 
Wagener H, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Walker Bros & Co, ns 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
^White House eiaioon, sw cor E T & 2 

Whitehead & Gray, ss l S bet E T & 1 E 

Whittemore B F, near E R Depot 
Youngberg & Schade, ns 2 S bet E T 
and 1 E 

SALT MANUFACTURERS. 

Boyd & Whitworth, 
Chamberlain J T, es 4 W bet S T & 1 S 
Jeremy & Co, se cor 6 W and N T 
Snell J W, nw cor 2 S and 1 E 
World C, ne cor N T and 2 W 



St Mark's School, ns 1 S bet 1 and 2 E 
Rager's Seminary, ns 1 S bet 1 and 2 \V 
University cf Deseret, ne cor 1 N & 2 W 

SEEDSMEN AND FLORISTS. 

Due O F, ns 1 N bet W T and 1 W 
Fenton Thos, sw cor 4 W and 4 S 
Hartwell E. ws 6 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Maxwell J L, ns 5 S, bet 3 and 4 E 
Reading John, es 2 E bet 2 and 3 S 
Smith Henry, ss l S bet E T and l E 
Thorup H F, ss 8 S bet 7 and 8 E 

SEWING MACHINE AGENCIES. 

Calder D O, Wilson Lightning Sewer, 

ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
LockhartJ J, Singer Mfg. Co, ss 1 S 

bet E and W T 
ElggS H, Victor and New American, 

ws E T bet S T and 1 S 
Sowles &r. Miller, White, Singer, Weed 

and Howe, ss 1 S bet E and W T 

SOAP FACTORIES. 

Davey Chas, es 2 S bet 7 and 8 W 
Mullett J E, narrow bet Bird and Penr 
Snell Henry, es 4 W bet 3 and 4 N 
Utah Soap Mfg. Co, ss 4 N bet 1 & 2 W 



Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dunford's. 



176 Utah Directory :/. C. Graham & Go's Advertisement. 



J. C. GRAHAM. || ESTABLISHED 1869. || H. L. A. CULMER. 

J. C. GRAHAM & CO., 

JOB PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 

Emporium Baildirigs, 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 

We furnish and print in neat and business like manner, 

EVERY FORM OF 

BILL HEADS; 

LETTER HEADS, 

NOTE HEADS, 

STATEMENTS, 

VOUCHERS, 

CIRCULARS, 

ETC., ETC. 

AND OTHER LINES OF 

Mercantile Printing Theatrical Printing, 
Miscellaneous and General 

JOB PRINTING. 

BOOK BINDING &L PAPER RULING. 



We are prepared at all times to furnish estimates on printing and 
binding, &c., and have ample specimens for illustration. "Co- 
py" made out or revised and blanks of all kinds prepared. 
Correspondence from the country is respectfully solicited. Orders 
promptly filled with special regard for correctness and accuracy. 
ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 



BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE 

TO ORDER. 



FULL STOCK OF PRINTERS' STATIONERY. 
Country Offices Supplied. 



J. O. GKRAJKAIVC Sc OCX, 

PROPRIETORS 

SALT LAKE DAI LY TIMES. 



indies Saddles in great variety, Wallin & Piekard,SaU Lake City* 



Salt Like City Business Directory. 



177 



SURVEYORS. 

(S'ee Engineers.) 



ADOLPH JESSEN, 
Danish Consul 



U. S. Deputy Surveyor. 

WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, 
Near Walker House, 

SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH 



TANNERIES. 

Deseret Tannery, ns 4 N bet 1 and 2 W 
Morris Bobert, ss 4 N bet l and 2 W 



ROBERT MORRIS, 

TAMEBY& SKIN DRESSING 

South side 4th North St.. between 
1 and 2 West. 

BOOT & SHOE FINDINGS OP ALL KINDS 

Always on hand and for Sale at the 
Lowest Rates. 



SODA WATER FACTORIES. 

Marsden <fe Denhalter, Commercial St 
Parsons Thos, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 

STOVES AND TINWARE. 

Allen J M, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 

Callahan M B, ws E T bet l and 2 S 

Scott G M & Co, ws E T bet 1 and 2 S 
Z C M I, es E T bet S T and 1 S 

TAILOR SHOPS. 

Anderson S, 42 Commercial 
Bergen John, ws Franklin Avenue 
Buckle & Son, es E r bet 2 and 3 S 
Cowlej Wm, ss 1 S bet E uiid W T 
Davies John, ns 1 S bet W T and 1 W 
Earl M, Martin's Avenue 
Hagman J, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
Hedberg A L, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 



J, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
; Levy E, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
jLemgmore Wm, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
| Taylor John & S >n, 12 Commercial 

ITavey Peter, ss 2 S bet E T and l E 

jTheroiug J, 20 Commercial, 
iThirkill C, ns 1 S bet W T and 1 W 
| Thompson H P, 21 Commercial 
Treseder R D, 24 Commercial 
United Order of Tailors, ws E T bet S 
T and 1 S 

TENT MAKERS, 
(falser John, nw cor 1 S and W T 
Burns Robt Sr. ns 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Custis Theo, ns 7 S bet E T and 1 E 
McCoard Win, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 

TRUNK FACTORIES. 

Clemetsbaw J H, ss 1 S bet E and W T 
Cole H W, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 
Great Western Trunk Factory, ws 1 E 

bet 2 and 3 S 
Hawkini J J, es 9 E bet 1 and 2 S 

UPHOLSTERERS. 
Carlisle Wm, ss 2 S bet E aud W T 
Goi d n J M, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Riley A T, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Rivers Bros, ws E T bet 2 and 3 S 

Linwoodey H, ss l S bet E and W T 

WAGON MAKERS. 

Bennell Chas, ws 1 W bet 4 and 5 S 
Deseret Wagon and Cnrriage Co, ns 2 S 

bet 1 and 2 E * 

lopper A, us 2 S bet 1 and 2 E 
3utchinson D, 15 Commercial 
Baylor Bros, es 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Puzey and Malquist, Olive bet Com- 
mercial and 1 E 



2i MILES SOUTH ON STATE ROAD 

HARRIS' 

CLUB HOUSE. 



"Come down and I'll make it 
pleasant for you." 



Mattresses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bros, 
22 



178 Utah Directory ^Advertisements. 

G E O . A~.~~LO W E , 

SALT LAB CITY and OKDEN, UTAH. 



Dealer in 



P. SCHUTTLER'S CHICAGO WAGONS, 

Full Stock all kinds constantly on hand, including the 

NEW STYLE STEEL SKEIN WAGONS 

Buckeye Reapers and Mowers, Sweepstakes Threshing- Ma- 
chines, Plows, Sulky Rakes and all kinds latest improved 
Farm Machinery; also, Hardwood, Iron, Steel and 
all kinds of Wagon Stock. 

ALL LETTERS OF INQUIRY ANSWERED PROMPTLY. 



THE SALT LAKE HERALD. 

<L_^^IAII,Y AN1> RF.MI- WEEKLY -^j 

THE HER A.LD FRINTHSTQ & PUBLISHING COM? AS Y, PROPRIETORS. 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL. 
The Organ of No Party or Sect. It Tirenlates Extensively in I tali 

nii-t Adjoining: Territories. 

C^^SUBSORIPTION KATKSr^O 
I>ily, $10.50 per Annum: Semi- Weekly, $4 .20 per Amuim. 

The HERALD, daily and semi-weekly, has the largest circulation among all classes of the com- 
munity of any newspaper published in Utah, and its value as an advertising medium is not sur 
passed. The rates of advertising, which are as low as those of any other newspaper ef like circula- 
tion, can be obtained by addressing the proprietors. 



WESTEfiW TRIWK FACTORY! 

Mannfacti-rerB, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

TRUNKS, VALISES. SATCHELS AND TRAVELING BAGS. 

Prices lower than Eastern Prices, freight being taken into con- 
sideration, and work guaranteed fully as good. Prices, Description 
and Terms on application. Particular attention given to repairing 
trunks, and also to making up special kinds. Orders of any size, 
promptly filled on short notice. Dealers will save time and money 
by purchasing of us. H. W. COLE, 

Agent Great "Western Trunk Factory. 

P. O. Box 4PS. J^ALT L AKK CITY, UTAH 



PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS 



Salt Lake City Business Directory. 



WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL 
IMPLEMENTS. 

<Clawson H B, ss S T bet E and W T 
Johnson A J, es 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Lowe Geo A, es 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Lowell J W & Co, es 1 E bet 1 and 2 
Mattison L B, ws 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 
Sebree H, ws 1 E bet 1 and 2 S 



179 



WINDOW GLASS. 

Culmer G P, ss 1 S bet E T and 1 E 
Latimer Tavlor & Co, sw cor S T & 2 W 
Midgley & Son, ss 2 S bet E and W T 
WHIP MAKERS. 

Anderson Geo,*s 5 S bet 2 and 3 E 



Birkenhead L, sw cor Ash & Mountain 



WOOD TURNERS. 

Dahlgreen L, 40 Commercial 
Day A B, ne cor S T and 5 W 
S Fairclou^h Jas, ws 2 W bet 6 and 1 S 
Foster W H, es E T bet 2 and 3 S 
Jensen N 7 es 4 E bet 6 and 7 S 
Musgrove Chas, ws Locust bet High & 
Prospect 



WOOL DEALERS. 

Buxbaum & Co, es 3 W cor 1 S 
Clawson H B, ss S T bet E and W T 
Pickard W L, ss 2 S bet E T and 1 E 



WATER PIPES LAID TO ORDER. 



TINNER, GAS, WATER AND STEAM FITTER, 

IRON, HOSE AND LEAD PIPES, PUMPS AND FITTINGS. 



West Temple Street, opposite City Meat Market, 



P. O. Box 306. 



SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 



^g"3^> |? 
1 




Have been reduced to suit the times. 

The large increase for these celebrated wagons in Utah justifies 

the Reduction made in the Prices for i8jq. 

Send for REVISED PRICE LIST. A large DISCOUNT to CASH BUYERS is now offered. 

The season for Agricultural Implements is now near at hand, and I would 

call especial attention to my large and well-selected stock of 

OLIVER CHILLED AND MOLINE PLOWS. 

Also a full stock of 

CULTIVATORS, HARROWS, ROAD SCRAPERS, &c., 
Walter A. Wood Mowers, Reapers and Self-Binders. 

If your store does not keep these goods* write for price list. Address 

HO WARD 8EBREE, Salt Lake City. 

SKBREE, FKRRIS & HOLT, 
Offden and Kelton, Utah, 

AND TERMINUS UTAH AND NORTHERN RAILROAD, IDAHO, 
Handles the same line of goods as the above, including th 

CELEBRATED CHAMPION MACHINES. 

Orders promptly attended to 07 calling on or writing to either address as above. 



l8o Utah Directory J. Reading s Advertisement. 



HOTJSE IIST 



JOHN READING, 



AND 



FLORIST! ' 

Constantly on hand a fine variety of 

Evergreens, Fruit, Shade 



AND 



Full Stock of 



FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS, 

LAWN GRASSES, ETC. 



Kine Variety of 

GREENHOUSES BEDDING PLANTS 

Always on hand in Season, 



f 

For Weddings, Parties and Funerals, A SPECIALTY. 
IftKW READIIVf:, 

Cor. 2nd East and 2nd South Sts., 

P. O. Box 358. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

Orders by Mail or Telegraph will receive prompt attention. 



Utah Directory Whitticr, Fuller & Cos Advertisement. \ 8 1 

EUKS.TBIf* 



"White Lead! 

WARRANTED STRICTLY PURE. 

jWe make but One Quality, and it is equal to the Best Made| 
anywhere in the world. It is a Pacific Slope produc- 
tion made from Utah lead. Manufactured by 

WHITTIER, FULLJER & CO , 




MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 

White Leads, Zinds, Colors, 
Varnishes, Brushes, 



And all kinds of 




US/OIIXIEID 



Agents of the 

'FRENCH AND BELGIAN PLATE GLASS COMPANIES,! 

And the leading French and English manufacturers of 

Single and Double Thick WINDOW GLASS. 

Manufacturers of 



21 and 23 Front Street, San Francisco. 28 K Street, Sacra- 
mento. 412 and 414 1 2th Street, Oakland. 



1 82 Utah Directory Salt Lake Tribune Advertisement. 



OUT T U7F TTITTITTIVTF 

SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, 



DAILY, One Year, by Mail, - - $1O.OO. 

" Delivered by Carrier, 25 cts. per Week. 



WEEKLY, One Year, - $3.OO. 

Six Months, - 1.75. 



ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 



THE TRIBUNE 










Is furnished with facilities for doing all kinds of 

JOB PRINTING, RULING AND BINDING. 



PRICES MODERATE FOR GOOD WORK. 



Wallin & Pickard carry Hill lines Trotting and Racing Goods. 



Utah Directory Alt a, 183 



ALT A 

Is one of the oldest mining towns in Utah, and the mines which 
.surround it have achieved a world wide fame. It is situated near 
the summit of Little Cottonwood Canyon, and is close to the 
Flagstaff, Toledo, Prince of Wales, North Star, Emma and many 
other valuable mines. At one time Alta was a populous and in- 
fluential city, but a disastrous fire almost, swept it away in the 
spring of 1878, and it has not yet been extensively rebuilt. The 
town is reached by the Wasatch and Jordan Valley Railroad. It 
is 17 miles from Sandy and 28 miles by rail from Salt Lake City. 
The population, including that at the surrounding mines, is 
probably 600. 

ALTA DIRECTORY. 



Allerton C. miner Cragie T. H. miner 

Anderson F. C. miner Crow G. W. miner 

Anderson Charles, miner Cullinan James, miner 

Anderson C. M. miner Cunningham Dick, miner 

Curnon R. H. miner 
Banks M. blacksmith 

Begeman C. T. W. miner Dalglish J. J. miner 
Bently D. H. sup't Toledo mine Declamenta P. miner 

Berta Peter, miner DeGraff E. clerk 

Blamforth A. miner DeHuff H. C. miner 

Borbridge Charles, miner Devers A. R. propr. hotel Frit/ 

Boyd G. H. miner Donelson John, tel. operator 

Brewer G. H. miner Dunn John, miner 

Brinkerhoff J. miner Dyer F. H. miner 

Brown R. miner Dregar M. miner 

Carlin P. miner Fergerson D. miner 

Carruthers Wm. miner Fitzgerald & Williamson, saloon 

Carruthers E. foreman Bay City Fitzgerald A. J, merchant 

Tunnel Flynn P. miner 

Case G. W. teamster . Flynn William, miner 

Casley Wm. miner Forbes John, miner 

Castellano M. F. miner Fowles James, carpenter 

Chadwick John, miner Francy George, miner 

Clark James, sup't Butte mine Frenton John, miner 

Collins C. H. saloon Fritzsimmons Wm. miner 

Geo Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickard 

184. Utah Directory Alt a. 



Geary M. miner Morrill J. C. min^r 

Godwin Frank, miner Morris Edward, min^r 

Gowan John, miner Ndson R A min . r 

reen ^ mSr Norman G. B. miner 
Green William, miner 

O'Riley J. J. saloon 

Haight F.supt. Davenport mine OToole, J. J. supt. Grizzly mm- 

Hall David, miner Perrett L. jeweler 

Hall Edward, miner Prethro S. VV. miner 

Hall W. E. supt. Antelope and Pritchard Thomas, miner 

Prince of Wales mines , ~ . .. ~ .. , , 

Hanford James, miner e ? C- supt Alta Consolidated 

Hanford John, miner * et ' ch m ' ner 
Hawkes S, miner 

Hax H. saloon 

, r\ -j Rowe W. P. butcher 

Hepburn David, miner 

Hepburn P. miner Sandberg B. C. shoemaker 

Hirschman M. supt Flagstaff Sands C. O, miner 

Holmes L. J., U. S. deputy min- Sanford E. B. contractor 

eral surveyor Sanger J. miner 

Hood Andrew, miner Scrimgeour James, sup't Emma 
Huff A. J. stationery dealer mine 

Shields Harry, packer 

Ireton William, supt. Oregon Shovell W . L . miner 

Jones J. freighter Shuman Luke, engineer 

Jones Thomas, miner Sickler Charles, saloon 

Johnson P. A. miner Silver J. A. engineer 

Johnson C. J. supt. Manitoba Simmons F. H. physician 

Smith Peter, brewer 

Keller Richard, miner S mith S. carpenter 

Kennedy & O'Riley, saloon Snider p ete r, miner 
Kerwin Pat, supt. Iris Tunnel Staples L. carpenter 
Knox R. G. agent W & J V R R Strickley John, merchant . 

Lamb P. miner Tanish James, miner 

La Port Frank, lumberman Thomas Albert, prop. Canyon 

Litster Robert, miner House 

Traub F. miner 
Mandry John mmer Tucker j merchant 

McDonald John, miner 

McLean G. A. engineer Wall James, miner 

Meister Fritz, supt. North Star Wallace H. C. bookkeeper 

mine Warren William, miner 

Miller P. miner Walsey John, miner 

Miller B. miner, Watson E. J. miner 

The place for Hats. Caps & Gloves, Geo. Dunforrf. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Plckard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Binghani. 185 

Watson J. T. miner Williamson E. C. Postmaster 

Watson William, miner Wood W. A. miner 

Watson William, supt. Equitable Woolsey W. A. supt. City Rock 

Tunnel mine 

Watson John, miner Wright Martin, restaurant 

Whippy G. F. miner Wurzburg Joseph, merchant 

Williams W. miner .Zubrick M, miner 

ALTA BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Banks M. blacksmith Perrett L. jeweler 

Bateman J. T. Justice of Peace Rowe W. P. butcher 

Brough C. M. notary public Sandberg B. C. bootmaker 

Burgess Richard, constable Sickler Charles, saloon 

Collins C. H. saloon Simmons F. H. physician 

Devers A. R. Hotel Fritz Smith Peter, brewer 
Fitzgerald & Williamson^ saloonStrickley John, general mdse. 

Fitzgerald A. J. general mdse. Thomas Albert, Canyon House 

Hax H. saloon Tucker J. general merchandise 

Holmes L. J. notary public Williamson E. C. druggist 

Huff A. J. stationer Wright Martin, restaurant 

Kennedy & O'Riley, saloon Wurzburg Joseph, general mdse. 



BINGHAM 

Is a mining town in Bingham Canyon and is the central point <o 
the West Mountain Mining District. It is about 28 miles from 
Salt Lake City, in a south-westerly direction and is the terminus 
of the Bingham Canyon and Camp Floyd Railroad. The enter- 
prising citizens of Bingham have made it a lively town in years 
past and have managed to so far combat the hard times of later 
days that the town is now generally known as the "Old Reli- 
able." Close by are the famous Old Telegraph and other 
mines including the Stewart. The active development of num- 
erous good mines has employed a great many experienced min- 
ers who in turn support a solid circle of business houses. There 
are in Bingham a church, a school and a public hall. 

BINGHAM DIRECTORY. 

Allen E. carpenter Andersen L. miner 

Anderson A. brakeman Armstrong W. teamster 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros, 

23 



Shoe Leather finding's, W. L. FicfcarfJ, ff. L. 

r 86 Utah Directory Bingham. 



Baker S. L. miner 
Benson E. T. blacksmith- 
Bergher G. brakeman* 
Berkel John, miner 
Benning U. butcher 
Bierd Joseph, miner 
Blenny W. E. salooiT 
Bourgard J. saloon 
Brinks Charles, miner 
Brown George, butcher 
Brooks Charles, miner 
Brunton John, constable 
Burlin Johfr, brakeman' 
Burnett W. seetionman 
Burnett C. seetionman 
Butcher William, miner 
Butter John, miner 

Campbell J. W. miner 
Capes Mrs. C. widow 
Chamberlain M. J. miner 
Chandler G. E. miner 
Chandler George, lumber dealer 
Clays D.. miner 
Cocking John, miner 
Cokley & Co. stable 
Collins C. H. stable 
Collins John, miner 
Collins J. R. miner 
Collins John, miner 
Connery Richard, miner 
Conpon G. M. clerk 
Cooper Wm. merchant 
Crane A. blacksmith 
Cullen M. miner 

Dahlstrom H. blacksmith 
Baltimore William, miner 
Davis M. T. conducter B.C.R.R 
Davis George, miner 
Davidson G. W. clerk 
Deronzo Lewis, miner 
Donner W. A. miner 
Driscoll M. miner 



Ells N. miner 
Emery A. B. clerk 

Fenn J. B_ miner 
Fitzgerald J. J. tef. operator 
Fitzjeil J. miner 
Forest Allen, miner 
Forney E. druggist 
Foster Jacob, baker 
Fowler B. miner 

Gavin Simon, miner 
Gauchat A. J. miner 
Gibbons Thomas, atty-at-la\v 
Goddard William, miner 
Gregerson L. J. miner 
GrirrLid D. M. blacksmith 
Guiliani R. S. barber 

Haigland J. section foreman) 
Hanson O. miner 
Hays Charles, laborer 
Hayes S. merchant 
Hazetgrove I. miner 
Heasten D. carpenter 
Heath L. miner 
Heidef C. W. miner 
Hendy B. laborer 
Henderson David, laborer 
Hickman Dr. J. B. physician 
Hill E. dealer in gen. mdse. 
Hocking John, miner 
Holmes A. miner 
Hunter George, miner 
Hurst George, miner 

Iverson J. miner 
Ingelfield John, teamster 
Ireland T. W. miner 
Isaac B. miner 

Jackman James, miner 
Jeffreys L. C. miner 
Jerome F. B. miner 
Johnson A. M. carpenter 



Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City 



fcfenry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L Pickard, Salt Lake City* 



Utah Directory Binghani. 



187 



Kelsey E. B. assayer 
Iveyser Henry, butcher 
Kinney L. B. Justice of Peace 
Klopenstine A. miner 
Klopenstine Andrew, miner 
Knowlton Q. E. miner 

Lashbrook C. H. miner 
Lee George, miner 
Levin Martin, shoemaker 
Linsey S. G. miner 
Linman L. miner 
Lodders A. restaurant 
.Lundy M. R. agent B. C. R, R, 
Lundgend T. O. brakeman 
Lundgren J. brakesman 

Masters T J. saloon 
May H. M. miner 
Mayberry M. miner 
Mayne William, teamster 
Mayne Thomas, miner 
Mayne George, miner 
Maxwell S. S. carpenter 
McCorroll James, shoemaker 
McDonald R. D. blacksmith 
McEvers W. B. carpenter 
McGuire S. miner 
McGuire John, miner 
McKinnon J. F. notary public 
McKay Mrs. J. widow 
Meadows John, miner 
Meldrunn D. Blacksmith 
Merwin George, clerk 
Mickel J. W. Builder 
Mills V. K. miner 
Miller William, miner 
Morris L & Co. merchants 
Morris E. merchant 
Morris L merchant 
Mylett James, brickmaker 
Myrick J. W. miner 
Myrick W. A. miner 
Mullett George, miner 



Nelson C. brakeman 
Noland W. J. hotel 
Norman Richard, miner 

Osborn L. D. miner 

Penney N. R. miner 
Peterson A. G, brakeman 
Phelan & Hayes,, merchants 
Phelan P. merchant 
Pinedo A. mining sup't 
Power P. miner 
Predo U. X. miner 

Rasmussen J. brakeman 
Reid A. miner 
Reid A. sectionman 
Rouch E. butcher 

Sappingtoia Shomas, miner 

Scoville L. A. machinist 

Silver W. R. miner 

Smith & Bourgard, saloon 

Smith A. saloon 

Smith G. S. hotel 

Smith L A. miner 

Smith John, dairy 

Snell J. miner 

Southwick S. stableman 

Stanchfield A. J, foreman tranv 

way 

Stephens J. H. miner 
Sundeman Henry, miner 

Tate Charles, clerk 
Thompson Wm, shoemaker 
Tibbie Thomas, section man 
Toland F. transferer 
Turnbull P. B. miner 

Ulrich E. physician 

Vontrott O. notary public 
Vonspecht C. assayer 

Ward O. W. miner 
Watson James, miner 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City, 



SfroBmakers' Took of all lands, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lafce City. 



1 88 



Utah Directory Cottomvood (South?) 



Watson C, W. miner 
Webb Frank, miner 
Wells H. R, bookkeeper 
Wellman H. barber 



Wilder J. speculator 
Williams J. C. miner 
Williams John, miner 
Wright A. C, butcher 



.BINGHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Benson E. T. blacksmith 
Benning U. butcher 
Blenney W. E, saloon 
Brown Geo. butcher 
Brunton John, saloon 
Chandler Geo. lumber dealer 
Cokeley & Co. stables 
Cooper Wm. general mdse 
Crane A, blacksmith 
Dahlstrom H, blacksmith 
Duncan J. & Co. general mdse 
Forney E. druggist 
Foster Jacob, baker 
Gibbons Thos. attorney-at-law 
Griffin D. M blacksmith 
Guiliani R. S. barber 

Hickman J. B. physician 
Hill E. general merchandise 
Kelsey E. B. assayer 
Keyser Henry, butcher 
Kinney L, B. Justice of Peace 
Lashbrook C. H. general mdse 
Levin Martin, bootmaker 
Lodders A. restaurant 
Masters T. J. saloon 
McCarroll James, bootmaker 
McDonald R. D. blacksmith 



McKinnon J. T. notary public 
Mickel J. W. builder 
Morris I. & Co. general mdse 
Noland W. J. Griffin Hotel 
Phelan & Hayes, general mdse 
Rouch E. butcher 
Smith & Bourgard r saloon 
Smith G. S, Smith Hotel 
Smith John, dairy 
Thompson Wm, shoemaker 
Ulrich E. physician 
Vontrott O. notary public 
Vonspecht C. assayer 
Wellman H, barber 

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COTTON WOOD (South.) 

A few miles South of Salt Lake City, are a number of settle- 
ments which are so scattered as to render a perfect record of 
their residents almost an impossibility in a work of this kind. 
They include South Cottonwood, North Cottonwood, Brinton's, 
Butlerville, West Jordan, North Jordan, South Jordan and Mill 



The Leading Boot, Shoe < Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Fickard, S. L, City 



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189 



Creek. Of these we give the most important, being Cottomvood 
South, Jordan West and Mill creek. They are supported mainly 
by agriculture and represent considerable of the wealth of Salt 
Lake County. Cottonwood South is near the line of the U. S. 
R. R. about J miles from Salt Lake City and has a population of 
600, more or less. It contains the Germania Smelting and Re- 
fining works, some other smelters and mills and three schools, 
one church and a public hall. 

COTTONWOOD (South) DIRECTORY. 



Adamsen A. farmer 
Adamsen D. farmer 
Atwood Henry, farmer 
Atwood William, farmer 
Atwood A. T. farmer 
Atwood S. brickmaker 

Beaumont James, farmer 
Bennion Richard, stock raiser 
Berger G. farmer 
Berger C. farmer 
Berger John, farmer 
Bird Henry, farmer 
Bird Charles, farmer 
Bird Martin, farmer 
Bishop F. farmer 
Bohn John, farmer 
Boyce William, farmer 
Bradford R. farmer 

Cahoon M. N. farmer 
Cahoon James, farmer 
Cahoon Andrew, surveyor 
Cahoon J, P. farmer 
Cahoon Albert, farmer 
Cahoon Alonzo, stock raiser 
Chisholm Henry, farmer 
Clark William, farmer 
Cunliffe James, farmer 

Erickson P. fanner 
Erickson Henry, stock raiser 
Erickson J. merchant 



Fergerson C. farmer 

Gallyer James, farmer 
Germania Smelting & Refining 

Works 

Gilbert James, farmer 
Gilbert Richard, farmer 
Godfrey James, farmer 

Hall Thomas, baker 
Hansen P. farmer 
Hansen Hans, musician 
Hansen H. farmer 
Hayward J. butcher 
Haynes H. clerk 
Hoan O. H. foreman 
Holder E. farmer 
Holder John, farmer 
Holtom Richard, farmer 
Howe Richard, merchant 
Howard George, farmer 
Howarth John, foreman 

Johnson J. farmer 
Jones Phillip, farmer 
Jones Robert, farmer 

Lester F. farmer 
Lovendahl S. M. merchant 
Lyons L. P. carpenter 

Maxfield Robert, miner 
Maxfield James, trader 
Maxfield J. farmer 



Barratt Bros., I ur nit if re & House Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, WaHin & Pickard, Sail Lake City 

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193 



McCormick John, carpenter 
>lL'>IiUaii Win. gen'l mis. 
Me Mull en N. farmer 
Me Mu 11 en M. farm 2 r 
Miller C. L. farmer 
Miller R. P. stock raiser 
Miller J. R. farmer 
Mortan William, farmer 
Mortan C. farmer 

Potter Edward, farmer 
Petersen James, farmer 
Phillips W. J. shoemaker 
Proctor R. farmer 

Rawlins Joseph, farmer 
Reading J. farmer 
Reading John, gardener 

Sandersen S. F. farmer 
Schell George, farmer 
Silvester G. farmer 
Simpers D. stock raiser 



Snarr B. farmer 

Snider William, sup't Germinia 

S & R works 
Smith John, mason 
Smith E. D. stock raiser 
Stevensen Chris, farmer 
Stringer Joseph, farmer 
.Stringer David, engineer 
Stringer Thomas, assayer 

Tate George, trader 
Tripp E B. farmer 

Wait Martin, musician 
Walters Joseph, farmer 
Warenski K. C. merchant 
Welch D. farmer 
Wentler R. brewer 
Williams John, blacksmith 
Winchester James, farmer 
Warenski A. farmer 
Wright B. farmer 



COTTONWOOD (South) BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Atwood S. brickmaker 
Cahoon Andrew, surveyor 
Erikson J. general mdse. 
Germania S. & Refining works 
Hall Thomas, baker 
Hayward J. butcher 
Howe Richard, general mdse. 



Lovendahl S. M. merchandise 
McMilleii William, mer- 
chant, dry goods & general 
merchandise 

Stringer Thomas, assayer 
Wentler R. brewer 
J/Varenski E. C. groceries 



DRAPER 

Is a pleasantly situated village, 18 miles from Salt Lake City, on 
the U. S. R. R. It is almost exclusively a farming settlement, 
the populace, numbering about 350, being industrious and coi> 
tented. The town contains a large meeting house and a good 
school. 



Geo. Dunford 9 Boots, Shoes & Hat v, Salt Lake City. 



Best Team Harness made liy Wallin & Ficfcard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Draper. 191 

DRAPER DIRECTORY. 



Allen James, farmer 
Allen A. J. farmer 

Bankhead G. W. farmer 
Boberg Neils blacksmith 
<Brown William, farmer 
Brown G. farmer 
Brown Norman, farmer 
Burnham Charles, farmer 

Cook Charles, farmer 
Crapo J. G. farmer 
Croag Hanson, farmer 

Day E. farmer 
Day Henry, farmer 
Day James, farmer 
Dunyon J. L. physician 

Enniss E. farmer 
Enniss John, farmer 

Fitzgerald John, farmer 
Fitzgerald P. farmer 

Garff Peter, farmer 
Green Benj. supt. Co-op 
Green James, farmer 
Green William, farmer 

He ward John, farmer 

Jensen James, farmer 
Johnson P. farmer 

McGuire John, farmer 



Neilsen Peter, farmer 

Orgill Joseph' Jr. farmer 
Orgyll Joseph, farmer 

Pierson Henry, carpenter 
Price E. farmer 
Pulsipher David, farmer 

Reed Joseph, farmer 
Richinson Thomas, carpenter 
Rideout D, O. laborer 

Sadler F, farmer 
Scroft Byron, painter 
Sorensen Peter, carpenter 
Shipley Robert, farmer 
Smith Franklin, farmer 
Smith A. W. farmer 
Smith L. blacksmith 
Stewart I. M. bishop 
Stewart J. Z. school teacher 
Steward L school teacher 
Stokes Thomas, farmer 
Stringfellow S. farmer 

Terry Franklin, farmer 
Terry George, farmer 
Terry Joseph, farmer 
Thompson P. farmer 

Vawdery Thomas, shoemaker 
Wright J. P. carpenter 



DRAPER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Boberg Neils, blacksmith 
Brown William, constable 
Dunyan J. L physician 



Draper Co-op store, B. Green 

superintendent 
Terry J. Justice of the Peace 
Vawdery Thomas, shoemaker 



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FORT DOUGLAS. 

The principal military post of Utah, was established in 1862 by 
Colonel P. E. Connor, afterwards made Brigadier General, then 
in command @f the jrd California volunteers and a body of troops 
from Nevada. The post, then termed Camp Douglas, was built 
by the soldiers themselves, who fashioned substantial log build- 
ings and barracks that remained unchanged for about 15 years. 
During the last two years, however, all these old land marks have 
been supplanted by handsome buildings of red sandstone. The 
fort is symmetrically arranged, the officers' quarters occupying 
an elegant crescent that overlooks the parade ground. The bar- 
racks surround this space on its other sides and give the whole 
fort a substantial and secure appearance. Following are the offi- 
cers of the Fourteenth Infantry now stationed at the post: 

Colonel John E. Smith, commanding regiment and post 
Major Montgomery Bryant. 

Adjutant Win. W. McCammon, regimental and post adjutant. 
Lieutenant George T. T. Patterson, acting R. Q. M., post Q. W., 

and A. C. S. 

Major B. A. Clements, Surgeon, 
T. H. Stanton, paymaster. 
T. B. Van Home, Chaplain. 
E. P. Le Compte, A. A. Surgeon. 

Captain Frederick E. Trotter, commanding Company E, 

Gilbert S. Carpenter, " " K, 

" Thomas F. Toby, " F. 

" Samuel McConihe, " " H, 

" Charles B. Western, " " D. 

First Lieutenant, Julius E. Quentin, Company H. 

Albert Austin, " D. 

Charles A. Johnson, " F. 

Frank Taylor, " L 

Second " Richard T. Yeatman, " I. 

Robert A. Lovell, " D, 

Fredk. S. Calhoun, " F. 

J. H. Gustin, " K. 

S. J. Mulhall, " H, 

Charles LaMar, Chief Musician. 
Henry Van Houton, Sergeant Major. 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford 

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194 Utah Directory Jordan (West) 



Henry C. Smith, Q. M. Sergeant 
VV. C. Donaldson, Commissar}' Sergeant- 
I 4 " reel. B. DeLand, Hospital Steward. 
Louis Keller, Ordinance Sergeant. 
No. of Privates, 353. 



JORDAN (West.) 

West Jordan' is a prosperous town on the Bingham Canyon R, 
R., near its junction with the U. S. R, R. It is 12 miles from 
Salt Lake City an-d was originally a farming settlement. In ad- 
dition to agriculture, which is here pursued on- an extensive scale r 
the people raise sheep and cattle which find good pasture on the 
Jordan river and the land lying to the West, It is also the loca- 
tion of the famous Old Telegraph Concentrating and Smelting 
works, which is the largest enterprise of the kind in Utah. At 
these works, which are now owned by a French company, 
the Societe des mine,s D' Argent et Fon denes De Bingham, a 
heavy force of men is constantly employed night and day, and 
the result is a steady product of bullion that has already amount- 
ed to millions of dollars. The entire population of the settle- 
ment is 1,200. West Jordan has a woolen mill, several flouring 
mills, two schools, well attended, one meeting house and a public 
hall 

JORDAN (West) DIRECTORY. 

Abbott J. B. stock raiser Bateman James, farmer 

Ainsworth E. feeder Batt R. farmer 

Amurdsen Ole, farmer Batt T. farmer 

Anderson Chris. laborer Beckstead H. farmer 

Andersen N. farmer Bird William, farmer 

Andersen James, farmer Boirkman A. helper 

Argent Jesse, farmer Bowding William, farmer 

Argent John, farmer Bricker W. farmer 

Aylett William, farmer Bringhurst John, furnaceman 

Brown James farmer 

Bateman Samuel, constable Brown David, farmer 

Bateman W. L. farmer Brown William, laborer 

Bateman J. M. farmer Burrows William, feeder 



Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros. S. L. City 



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195 



Clark R. farmer 

Cole William, laborer 

-Cooper F. A. dealer in gen- 
eral merchandise 

Cross N. brakernan B.C.R.R 

Cummings A. laborer 

Cundick Albert, farmer 

Cutler William, merchant 
and justice of peace 

Dahl A. farmer 
Dowding David, farmer 
Dowding D. laborer 
Dowding Thomas, farmer 
Drake Edward, farmer 
Driggs Ben. W. sup't co-op 
Driggs Mrs. S. propr. Jordan 

house 
Duncan J. furnaceman 

East Jordan flouring mills, 

Cooper Bros, props 
Egbert J. A. stock raiser 
Egbert S. W. stock raiser 
Ellis John, carpenter 
Ericson Charles, laborer 
Ericson O. laborer 

Forest G. W. sup't concentrat- 
ing works 
Forrester James, laborer 

Gardner A. miller 
Gardner G. D. miller 
Gardner W. miller 
Gardner R. miller 
Gardner Duncan, stock raiser 
Glover James, blacksmith 
Glover Joseph, farmer 
Glover Albert, supplier 
Goff I. farmer 
Goff J. Jr. farmer 
Goff Thomas, farmer 
Goff H. & Co. merchants 
Goldsworthy Harry, helper 



Gundecker G. master mechanic 

Hansen Hans, helper 
Hansen James, laborer 
Hansen E. feeder 
Hansen P. laborer 
Hansen C. farmer 
Hardwarck A. laborer 
Haun C. D. farmer 
Hibbard Simon, farmer 
Higgins J. farmer 
Higgins James, farmer 
Hill J. F. farmer 
Hill J. W. farmer 
Hogensen Swen, farmer 
Hook Richard, helper 
Huey L. clerk 
Hyde James, laborer 

Irvin Joseph, stock raiser 
Irvin M. stock raiser 
Irvin J. W. stock raiser 
Irvin John, butcher 
Isaacsen L. farmer 

James John, supplier 
James W. feeder 
Jensen M. P. helper 
Jensen Carl, tailor 
Jenkins Samuel, farmer 
Jenkins R. farmer 
Jenkins W. J. blacksmith 
Jenkins W. farmer 
Jenkins David, farmer 
Johnson Peter, yard master B. 

C. R. R. 
Jones A. helper 
Jones J. helper 
Jones David, laborer 
Joy J. R. furnaceman 

Latimer T. H. bookkeeper 
Larsen Peter, supplyer 
Lawrence Lewis, miller 
Leak Robert, farmer 



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Utah Directory -Jordan (West.) 



Lloyd John, helper 
Lloyd David, laborer 
Lloyd D. laborer 
Lloyd William, laborer 
Loefgren T. P. laborer 
Lundberg N. laborer 
Lundine C. G. laborer 

Malstrom Peter, farmer 
Malstrom John, farmer 
Malstrom Jacob, farmer 
Margaret Lorenzo,, farmer 
Mayne J. H. laborer 
Maze E. supplier 
McCleary N. shoemaker 
Mills J. furnaceman 
Mosely James, helper 
Myers Charles, furnacemars 

Keilsen Peter, tailor 
Nelsen James, laborer 

Oberg C. Engineer 
Olsen O. farmer 
Olsen Henry, feeder 
O'Farrell John, blacksmith 

Patterson O. F. night foreman 
Peterson Pat, laborer 
Petersen G. laborer 
Phillips James, farmer 
Poulson P. O. farmer 
Poulson James, farmer 
Price Edward, supplier 
Price John, laborer 

Quist C. F. laborer 



Revoir Jacob, stock raiser 
Richard T. M. musician 

Richards James, engineer 
Rock J. feeder 
Routledge E. fireman 
Rudd S. C butcher 

Seler John, laborer 
Sharp Charles, farmer 
Shearn George, farmer 
Shields W.. J. stock raiser 
Short W. B. foreman 
Smith William, supplier 
Starling S. laborer 
Steiner F. feeder 
Sullivan C. O. saloon 

Taylor James, furnacemam 
Turner James, farmer 
Turner J. Jr. farmer 
Turner William farmer 

Webster G. M. broommaker 
Werritt Thomas, helper 
Werritt F.. farmer 
West Jordan Co-operat- 
ive Institution, Ben. W 
Driggs superintendent 
West Jordan Woolen mills, A... 

Gardner president 
White Albert, harness maker 
Williams T. furnaceman 
Williams J. J. shoemaker 
Williams James, laborer 
Wright George, stock raiser 



JORDAN (West) BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Bateman Samuel, constable 
Cooper F. A. general mdse, 
Cutler Wm. general mdse. 
East Jordan Flouring Mills r 

Cooper Bros, proprietors 
Gardner Duncan, stock raiser 



Glover James, blacksmith 
Goff H. & Co. general mdse. 
McCleary N. bootmaker 
Neilsen Peter, tailor 
O'Farrell John, blacksmith 
Irvin John, butcher 



Chairs^ Bedsteads, Bureaus? Stands & Tables, Etc,,Barratt Bros 



Saddlery &Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by Wallin & Pickard. S.L.City 

Utah Directory -Jordan (West^] 197 



Jensen Carl, tailor B. W. Driggs supt, 

Jenkins W. J. blacksmith West Jordan Woolen Mills, A, 
Rudd S. C. butcher Gardner, president 

Sullivan C. O. saloon White Albert, harness maker 

Webster G. M. broom maker Williams J. J. shoemaker 
West Jordan Co-op Store, 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

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Wool, Hides, Home Made Woolen Goods, Grain, 
Produce, Etc., Etc. 

WEST JORDAN, UTAH. BEN W. DRIGGS, Superintendent 

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Utah Directory Mill Creek. 

MILL, CREEK. 



Six miles to the South and East of Salt Lake City is the 
somewhat scattered settlement of Mill Creek. It is a farming 
district of over a thousand population and represents a landed 
wealth of no small value. It contains four schools and a good 
meeting house. 

MILL CREEK DIRECTORY. 



Bailey G. B. apiarist 
Bell James, farmer 
Birch Mrs. E. widow 
Bowden Henry, blacksmith 

Calder George, school teacher 
Carlisle John, farmer 
Carlisle Thomas, farmer 
Carlisle R.. farmer 
Carlisle Joseph, farmer 
Casper N. farmer 
Casper W. W. farmer 
Cook J. M. farmer 
Cook John, farmer 
Cornwall J. machine agent 
Cunningham J. A. merchant 

Davis J. P. farmer 
Davis J. R. farmer 

Fairbourn Edward, post master 

Gordon John, miller 
Gordon James, merchant 
Gordon J. jr. merchant 
Green C. farmer 
Guest E. F. M. constable 

Hansen J. farmer 
Hanson G. farmer 
Harmon B. farmer 
Harmon Robert, farmer 
Haslem H. farmer 
Haslem John, laborer 
Helm A. farmer 
Helm D. blacksmith 



Hewiston George, tent maker 

Hill A. farmer 

Hill W. H. farmer 

Hill A. H. farmer 

Hill J. A. lumber dealer 

Holt J. R. wagon maker 

Jackson J. farmer 
Jenkins A. farmer 
Jensen C. farmer 
Jensen L. farmer 

Leek William, farmer 

Lemon L. farmer 

Lemon A. farmer 

Lemon W. farmer 

Lemon O. P. farmer 

Lunn David, farmer 

Marrill W. W. farmer 
Mawson Robert, dentist 
Mawson W. O. shoemaker 
McAllister Daniel, farmer 
McFarland A. farmer 
Miller R. merchant 
Miller J. R. merchant 
Morgan W. B. propr. Morgan 

smelting works 
Morgan Edward, farmer 
Morgan John, apiarist 
Murnford G. school teacher 
Murphy J. E. physician 
Murphy T. E. farmer 
Murphy J. D. farmer 

North C. A. supt. co-operative 



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199 



North L. farmer 

North M. school teacher 

Park A. D. farmer 
Park H. D. farmer 
Park William, farmer 
Park W. D. farmer 
Phillips A. farmer 
Pugh E. farmer 

Rhodes W. H. farmer 
Robison C. farmer 
Russell T. W. farmer 
Ryneerson A. J. farmer 

Snedaker J. F. justice of peace 
Sorensen J. farmer 
Spencer C. H. farmer 



Stedman George, farmer 
Stock-dale W. farmer 
Stultz S. farmer 

Taylor George, blacksmith 

Walters J. F. contractor 
Walton George, farmer 
Walton John, farmer 
White Edward, farmer 
White Martin, farmer 
Williams G. A. farmer 
Wilson I. farmer 
Woodmansee D. shoemaker 
Woodmansee John, shoemaker 
Wright J. P. tailor 
Wright J. A. farmer 



MILL CREEK BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Bailey G. B. apiarist 
Bowden Henry, blacksmith 
Co-operative store, C. A. North 

superintendent 
Cornwall J. machine agent 
Cunningham J. A. genl. mdse. 
Gordon J. & Sons, genl. mdse. 
Guest E. F. M. constable 
Helm D. blacksmith 
Hewiston Geo. tent maker 
Hill J. A. lumber dealer 



Mawson Robert, dentist 
Mawson W. O. shoemaker 
Miller Bros. genl. mdse. 
Morgan Smelting works 
Morgan John, apiarist 
Murphy J. E. physician 
Snedaker J. F. Justice of Peace 
Taylor Geo. blacksmith 
Woodmansee Bros, shoemakers 
Wright J. P. tailor 



SANDY, 

Although a small town, is one of considerable importance. It is 
the point to which a large proportion of the ores from the Cot- 
tonwoods and Bingham canyons are shipped for sampling pur- 
poses. After being tested in this manner, much of the ore re- 
mains at Sandy until sold, and the business of handling, trans- 
ferring and shipping ores is the principal enterprise of the town. 
Some farming is also carried on and in times of mining activity, 
a number of smelters are in operation near by. The population 

Geo Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



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of Sandy is probably 500. It is located 12 miles South of Salt 
l^ake City and on the U. S. R. R. at its junction with the Wasatch 
and J, V, R. R. 

SANDY DIRECTORY. 



Allen C. laborer 
Allen James, engineer 
Allsop Thomas, farmer 
Anderson N. farmer 

Barratt Wm. laborer 
Bingsen Peter, scctionman 
Brown Charles, farmer 
Brown A. H, fireman 
Brue A. laborer 

Camp B. engineer 
Castle John, farmer 
Clark Wells, ore dealer 
Clark John, laborer 
Clinton J. E. agent U S R R 
Cochrane Henry, laborer 
Conolley P. laborer 
Corkwell Wm. laborer 
Cooper A. laborer 
Critchley George, laborer 
Cummings E. miner 
Cunningham C. S. conductor 

W & J V R R 
Cu: hing Arthur, supt. Pioneer 

sampling mills 
Gushing James, laborer 
Cushing J. night watchman 

Davis G. B. clerk 
Decker Ray, clerk 
Decker Charles, hotel keeper 
Donley James, laborer 

Ede Samuel, laborer 
Ewing Frank, assayer 

Farnsworth J. conductor W & 

J. V. R. R. 
Farrer B. laborer 



Finch Thomas, laborer 

Goff H. farmer 
Goldthait J. W. druggist 
Grant D. W. saloon 
Guiver E. laborer 
Hague J. H. cashier W & ) V 

R R 

Hansen John, farmer 
Hardcastle John, engineer 
Hardcastle Wm. blacksmith 
Hardcastle Levi, farmer 
Harwood John, sectionman 
Harrison I. postmaster 
Harrison I. jr. laborer 
Hatch S. T. restaurant 
Hjelta A. O. machinist 
Holman E. merchant 
Hollingsworth H. sampler 
Humphries John, teamster 
Humphries James, laborer 

Irving John, butcher 

Jenkins W. farmer 
Jensen C. laborer 
Johnson F. laborer 
Jones Mark, engineer 
Jones T. H. B. miner 
Judd C. laborer 

Kemp S. saloon 
Kingdon Joseph, section fore- 
man 
Knapp J. smelter 

Livingston Alexander, laborer 
Longreen John, farmer 
Lundgren John, section hand 
Lyleblad L. laborer 



Feathers & Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets & Pictures, Barratt Bros 



thirst Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickard 



Utah Directory Sandy. 



201 



Mace Joseph, laborer 
Mace Richard, laborer 
Marriott Thomas, blacksmith 
Marriott George, newsdealer 
Marriott John, farmer 
McCleary Win. shoemaker 
McGinness Robert, laborer 
McGrath John, saloon 
McGinness A. laborer 
Mickleson James, farmer 
Mikesell H. section foreman 
Moore Hyram, laborer 
Morris R. P. tel. operator 

Newell Wm. section man 
Nugent Thomas, laborer 

Cakes M. laborer 
Olsen B. laborer 
Osterman J. merchant 
Ostlund G. farmer 

Pennman Wm. laborer 
Perry Samuel, smelter 
Pickett Charles, cook 
Poulsen Jens, car repairer 
Powell John, laborer 
Prince George, carpenter 

Ravenor Thomas, laborer 
Rogers Charles, laborer 
Rolfson Frank, laborer 
Rosengreen G. farmer 



Rosengreen C. farmer 
Russell Henry, farmer 
Russell H. farmer 

Schuler Joseph, brewer 
Schurk David, laborer 
Schurk J. farmer 
Scofield C. R agent W. & L 

V. R. R. 

Scrogin Peter, laborer 
Scott W. R. warehouseman 
Sherwood Wm. laborer 
Smith James, engineer 
Smith John, laborer 
Smith William, laborer 
Sorenson Heber, laborer 
Stancliff C. A. farmer 
Sweeney John, laborer 

Terhune R. H. assayer 
Textorious B. P. section man 
Treptoe Charles, laborer 
Tripp William, bar tender 
Warren A. laborer 
Wells L. F. for'ding merchant 
Wells E. laborer 
Westwood Jos. sectionman 
Wilson Thomas, farmer 
Wilson William, farmer 
Wiseman George, clerk 
Worthington A. H. laborer 

Youngberg. shoemaker 



SANDY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Clark Wells, ore dealer 
Decker Chas. Railroad hotel 
Ewing Frank, assayer 
Goldthait J. W. druggist 
Grant J. W. saloon 
Hardcastle Wm. blacksmith 
Harrison I. Justice of Peace 
Hatch S. T. restaurant 
Holman E. general mdse. 
Irving John, butcher 



Jones T. H. B. constable 
Kemp S. -saloon 
Marriott Geo. newsdealer 
McCleary Wm. shoemaker 
McGrath John, saloon 
Osterman J. general mdse. 
Schuler Joseph, brewer 
Terhune R. H. assayer 
Wells L. F. for'ding merchant 



The place for Hats, Cap* & Gloves, Geo. Dunford. 

25 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Picrkard, Saff Lake City, 



202 



Utah Directory Union Fort. 



JAMES OSTERMAN, 

DEALER IN 

Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, 
Groceries, Provisions, 

CONFKCTIONARIES, 

Cigars & Tobacco, 



S, T., HATCH. 

Restaurant anff Mm House, 



THE ONLY PLACE TO GET A SQUABE 

MEAL AT ALL REASONABLE HOtTB&. 

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. 

Board by the Day or Week. 



Dealer in Drugs, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Etc., 

Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, 
TOBA.OOO 



UNION FORT 

Is situated 13 miles from Salt Lake City, near the south-eastern 
portion of the valley, secluded from the general gaze and off the 
line of travel. The settlers are exclusively farmers. Union Fort 
has a population of about 300 and supports a good school. 

UNION FORT DIRECTORY. 



Anderson Andrew, farmer 

Baker C. B. farmer 
Baxton William, farmer 
Bergen W. C. farmer 
Berrett John, farmer 
Boggess W. A. farmer 
Bogley Thomas, farmer 
Brady M. H. farmer 

Cole C. E. farmer 
Cole J. M. farmer 



Cole Philander, farmer 
Cole W. B. farmer 
Cox Edwin, farmer 
Crismon Henry, farmer 

Day Arthur, farmer 

Eagle John, farmer 
Ehngreen John, farmer 

Ferkins George, farmer 
Flake Green, farmer 



We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weigh 1 , Barratt Pros, 



Shoe Leather & findings, W. L. Pickard, 8. L. City. 

Utah Directory Wasatch. 203 



Forbush Rufus, farmer 
Forbush Francis, farmer 
Forbush L. E. farmer 
Forbush Hyrum, farmer 
Fox Thomas, farmer 
Fox G. S. farmer 
Freeman Daniel, farmer 

Graham David, farmer 
Graham J. D. farmer 
Greenwood Foster, farmer 
Greenwood Thomas, farmer 
Griffith Jacob, farmer 
Griffith Joseph, farmer 
Griffith Ephraim, farmer 

Hansen James, farmer 
Helm John, farmer 

Jacobson Lars, farmer 
James John, farmer 
James J. L. farmer 
James William, farmer 
Jensen Lars, farmer 
Jensen Peter, farmer 
Jones Daniel, farmer 
Jones D. H. farmer 

Limm John, farmer 
Lindahl Neils, farmer 
Litchforth Miles, farmer 
Lundburg Neils, farmer 

Marriott Timothy, farmer 
Middleton Thomas, farmer 
Milne Robert, farmer 



Montier Henry, farmer 
Morgan Richard, farmer 

Neilson Neils, farmer 
Nelson O. G. farmer 
Nowlan Charles, farmer 

Oborn John, farmer 
Orstad O. E. postmaster 
Ottley Edward, farmer 

Pate J. G. farmer 
Phillips Ishmael, bishop 
Polsen Andrew, farmer 
Proctor David, farmer 

Richards Silas, Justice Peace 
Richardson Thomas, farmer 
Ringquist A. W. farmer 
Rosong Peter, farmer 

Sharp J, W. farmer 
Smart T. H. farmer 
Smart T. H. Jr. farmer 
Smith Thomas, farmer 
Smith Hyrum, farmer 
Smith W. P. farmer 
Stevens George, farmer 
Stone P. J. farmer 

Tanner A. J. farmer 
Taylor Richard, farmer 
Terry Otis, farmer 

Vance L Y. farmer 

Wales Hark, farmer 
Walker Thomas, farmer 



WASATCH 

Is a station on the W. and J. V. R. R. in Little Cottonwood can- 
yon. At this point the snow sheds of the road begin and the 
locomotive engine is exchanged for horseflesh previous to the 
ascent to Alta. On every side are enormous granite cliffs, and 
here it is that the rock for the Temple at Salt Lake City is 
quarried. 



Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City, 



Herrry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickarrf, Saft Lake Cily 

204 Utah Directory Utah County. 

WASATCH DIRECTORY. 

Acuff George, brakeman Hendin John, section foreman 

Anderson PL brakeman 

Anderson J. A. section hand Johnson A. section hand 

Balow R. E. boarding house Kna PP S - brakeman 
Creek E. brakeman Moring J. A, conductor 

Cummings John, brakeman c , ., iiroT\rrT> 

Smails J. H. agent W & J \ R R^ 

Harvey B. C. saloon Sorenson S. brakeman 



UTAH COUNTY. 

This county was organized in 1852, although it had been set- 
tled several years previous to that date. Its boundaries are: North 
by Salt Lake County, East by Wasatch County, South by San- 
pete and Juab counties, and West by Juab and Tooele counties. 
ft is one of the central counties and ranks in population, wealth 
and influence next to Salt Lake. The county has an area of 
over 2OOO square miles, much of which is excellent farming and 
meadow land, while the mountainous portions afford an abund- 
ance of first-class timber. The midland counties are supplied 
with cedar posts from Rush and Cedar Valleys in this county - 
The total number of acres - under cultivation in 1875 was over 
55,000. Utah County leads the Territory in its yield of barley, 
corn, beans, sugar cane, hay, apples, pears, plums, apricots and 
shrub fruits. The eastern portion is well watered by copious 
streams from the Wasatch mountains which are conducted by 
canals and irrigating ditches over many thousands of acres. The 
property valuation of the county is two and a half millions of 
dollars. The cities and towns, numbering a dozen or more, are 
ranged along the northern and eastern shores of L T tah Lake with 
remarkable regularity. Utah Lake is a body of fresh water with 
a surface of about 225 square miles. It is well stocked with 
trout, mullet and chub which find a ready market in Salt Lake 
City. It occupies a central position in the county. A project 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory -Utah County. 205 

has been devised for the partial draining of the lake in order to 
extend for many thousand of acres, the fine arable land on the 
shore which is now either swampy or entirely under water. Those 
who favor the project claim that the land thus brought under 
cultivation would greatly increase the county revenue and value, 
far beyond the cost of the work necessary to produce the result. 
The lake is emptied by the Jordan river which flows into the- 
Great Salt Lake. Utah County has a population of about 20,000- 

Following are the officers of Utah County: 
Probate Judge. W. N. Dusenberry. 
Selectmen. M. Tanner, J. S. Page, T. J, McCullough. 
Probate and County Clerk. W. H. Dusenberry. 
Sheriff J. W. Turner. 
Coroner. Albert Jones. 
Assessor. A. O. Smoot, Jr. 
Collector. Geo. M. Brown. 
Recorder and Treasurer. J. E. Daniels. 
Prosecuting Attorney. John B. Milner. 
Superintendent District Schools.- -W. H. Dusenberry. 
Quarantine Physician. W. R. Pike. 
Surveyor. D. Stark, 

PRECINCT JUSTICES. 

Springville Precinct. J. S. Boyer. 
Spanish Fork Precinct. John Moore. 
Salem Precinct. Andreas Engberg. 
Payson Precinct. T. H. Wilson. 
Benjamin Precinct. L. K. Stewart. 
Springlake Precinct. S. Openshaw. 
Santaquin Precinct. W. W. Barnett. 
Goshen Precinct. E. Edwards, 
^airfield Precinct H. Snyder. 
Cedar Fort Precinct. L. B. Rodeback. 
Lehi Precinct. S. R. Thurman. 
Alpine Precinct. John Hindley. 
Pleasant Grove Precinct. David West 



The Leadhtf/ Boot. Shoe & Jlat House, Geo. Dint ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S. L. City 

206 Utah Directory Provo City. 

PROVO CITY. 

( 

Provo is the county seat of Utah County and has a population 
of about 5,000. It is pleasantly situated on the Provo River, and 
reposes peacefully at the base of the Wasatch Mountains, which 
at this point rear to a tremendous height. The streets are laid 
at right angles and abut, on their eastern extremities, immediately 
against the abrupt mountain sides. They are all well planted 
with shade trees which render the appearance of the city pastoral, 
shady and extremely pleasant. One characteristic feature of 
Provo is the number of large and elegant dwellings of which it 
can boast. They are built mostly of substantial brick and indi- 
cate the solid growth of the city and prosperity of its citizens. 
The business portion of the community is active in its relations 
with the surrounding settlements and the commercial movements 
of the city aggregate to a good round sum annually. Provo was 
the first to begin the co-operative system in the territory, the 
Provo Co-operative Institution, established March, 1869, being 
the first incorporation of the kind in Utah. A complete list of 
the business enterprises will be found appended ; but more than a 
passing notice must be bestowed on the works of the Provo 
Manufacturing Company. This institution operates the largest 
woolen mills between Missouri River and San Francisco. The 
main building is of rock, four stories high, with a half Mansard 
roof covered with patent roofing. It is 140 x 60 feet, with a pro- 
jected stairway, surmounted by a tower 30 feet above the roof. 
The upper story is used for the preparation of wool, of which a 
large quantity is kept on hand. The floor below has 24 carders, 
two pickers and two renovaters. The story beneath is the spin- 
ning room, where four large self-acting mules, with 720 spindles 
each, perform their work. On the first floor there are 37 narrow 
looms, 1 7 broad looms, one shawl fringer and one cloth dresser- 
The finishing house, 70 x 30 feet, is two and a half stories high. 
On the first floor are two washing machines, four fulling stocks, 
one cloth measure, two large screw presses and three gigs. The 
upper floor is used for shearing, and contains two washers and 



Barratt Bros., Furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, WaSIin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Provo City. 207 

three shears. There is another building of two and a half stories, 
140 x 30 feet, used for offices, store rooms, carpenter and ma- 
chine shops in the lower part and for wool store and assorting 
rooms in the upper part The dye house is 60 by 30 feet and 
contains one large new patent self-washer, with a capacity for 
washing 1, 800 Ibs. wool per day, and has a hydro-extractor for 
drying purposes, two large dye vats capable of dyeing 1.400 Ibs 
wool per day, and three vats with reels for dyeing piece goods. 
The steam used by the concern is supplied by a 50 horse-power 
boiler. In connection with the boiler is a circular stack of burnt 
brick, 100 feet high and 10 feet diameter at base. 

The machinery in all these buildings is run by two turbine 
wheels, one 4O-inch and the other 35-inch. The establishment 
is under the management of Mr. James Dunn, a gentleman of 
experience, ability and good practical sense. 

Sericulture has received sufficient attention from the people of 
Provo to warrant the hope that this industry will assume consid- 
erable proportions within a few years. With the co-operation of 
other cities in the territory, it was found possible to raise last year 
-sufficient cocoons to make over 600 yards of silk cloth. Sam- 
ples of eggs and reeled silk have been sent to the Eastern States 
and to Europe, and have been pronounced by experts as equal to 
any raised elsewhere. The climate of Utah is admirably adapted 
to the growth of mulberry trees and the raising of silk worms; 
and Provo seems to take sufficient interest in the industry to 
make itself conspicuous as the silk district of Utah. 

The Territorial Enquirer r , published semi-weekly, is a good and 
reliable newspaper, owned and edited by Mr. John C. Graham. 
It has a large circulation through the middle and southern coun- 
ties, is the only paper published in the First Judicial District, 
and is an institution which the people of Utah and surrounding 
counties appreciate and support. The people of Provo are up to 
the times in educational matters. They have first-class schools 
in each of the four wards, which are ably conducted and well at- 
tended. The Brigham Young Academy is one of the most prom- 
inent places of learning in the territory. It was founded upon a 

Geo. Dun ford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



Best Team Harness made by Within & Pickard, Salt Lake nij. 



208 Utah Directory Pravo City. 



grant made by the late President Brigham Young, which was 
placed in the hands of trustees and under the control of an ex- 
ecutive committee. Since its foundation it has steadily increased 
in facilities and influence, and with a large number of students is. 
annually doing a great deal of good. It is under the able man- 
agement of Professor Karl G. Maeser. 

Provo is the seat of the First Judicial District Court which 
holds its sessions beginning the third Monday in each of the fol- 
lowing months : February, May, September and November. P- 
H. Emerson, judge; C. W. Emerson, clerk. 

PROVO CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor. A. O. Smoot. 
Alderman 1st ward. W. H. Dusenberry. 
" 2nd " Isaac Bullock. 
3rd Myron Tanner. 

4th " -J. E. Booth. 
Councilors. O. H. Berg, Roger Farrar Jr., J. W. Loveless 

Albert Jones, H. A. Dixon, Pete^Madsen, P. M. Went?) 

V. L. Halliday. 
Recorder. J. B. Keelar. 
Treasurer. J. E. Daniels. 
Attorney. G. M. Brown. 

Marshal and Captain of Police. J. W. Turner. 
Assessor and Collector. G. M. Brown. 
Surveyor. D. Stark. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures and Inspector. J. J. Fuller. 
Watermaster and Supervisor of Streets. R. T. Thomas. 
Quarantine Physician. W. R. Pike. 
Pound Keeper. J. T. Arrowsmith. 

PROVO DIRECTORY. 

Alexander W. D. carpenter Arrowsmith T. J. pound keeper 

Allen Thomas, farmer Arrowsmith John, freighter 

Almon Thomas, carpenter Ashbrook M. V. attorney-at-law 

Allred S. L. farmer As^ton J. M. farmer 

Ambrosen H. J. C. tailor Bachman Benjamin, deputy U. 
Andrews W. J. farmer S. marshal 



Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City-Send for Price List 



Utah Directory Territorial Ilnqnirer Advertisement. 2 



09 



DOUBLE THE CIRCULATION IN SOUTHERN 
UTAH OF ANY PAPER PUBLISHED. 



Ihe 





Published every Wednesday and Saturday 
PROVO CITY, - - UTAH COUNTY 




s the People's Family Paper, and especially deals with matter 

in which the people of the Territory are directly interested. 

It is the official journal of Utah County and the 

First Judicial District. 



JOHCIST o 

!Ed.itor aaacL Proprietor. 
26 



2io Utah Directory Provo Co-operative Advertisement. 



A. O. SMOOT, President. | A. JONES, Secretary. | J. W. BEAN, Treasurer. 




OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE BLOCK, 

PROVO CITY, UTAH. 



DEALERS IN 



NONE BUT THE BEST CLASSES OF STAPLE AND 
FANCY GOODS KEPT IN STOCK. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL LINE OF 

Provo Manufacturing Company's Woolen Goods. 



DEALERS IX 

WAGONS, PLOWS, REAPERS AND MOWERS AND ALL 
KINDS OF OTHER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 

TOGETHER WITH EVERY VARIETY OF WAGON MA- 
TERIAL, IRON, SHOES, NAILS, ETC. 

A TAILORING DEPARTMENT 

Is connected with the Institution, where none but the best anc 
cheapest Dress and Business Suits are to be obtained. Spec- 
ial and prompt attention given to orders. Men's Over- 
alls, Shirts and Underclothing furnished to whole- 
sale buyers at special rates. 



Prove Co-operative Institution, 



Oentre Street, near Truest l^Ea-in. Street, 
Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of 

Dress Goods, Shawls, Corsets, Hosiery, Parasols, Ladies', Gents" 

and Children's Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Crockery, 

Glassware, Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Oils, 

Paints and Glass. A full line of Drugs & Medicines. 

QUALITY, THE BEST AND PRICES THE LOWEST. 
K. C. KIKKWOOD, Business Manager. 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, 8. L. City 



Utah Directory Provo City. 



211 



Bailey S. S. farmer 
Bailey Sidney, farmer 
Bandley C. laborer 
Barker J. T. laborer. 
Barratt Nathan, farmer 
Barratt Thomas, laborer 
Baum J. C. farmer 
Baum Jacob, farmer 
Baum George, farmer 
Baum J. H. farmer 
Baum J. J. farmer 
Bean J. W. sec'ty Z C M I 
Bean J. A. stock raiser 
Bean James, farmer 
Bearman Johannus, farmer 
Bee F. F. harness maker 
Bee Robert, laborer 
Bee Samuel, shoemaker 
Beebe N. P. farmer 
Beebe George, miller 
Beesley Joseph, freighter 
Beesley J. F. farmer 
Beesley Wm. O. freighter 
Beesley P. H. laborer 
Beesley Thomas, tanner 
Bennett W. P. farmer 
Berg O. H. carpenter 
Bielby John, farmer 
Billings A. N. farmer 
Billings A. N. Jr. laborer 
Boardman Robert, farmer 
Boardman R. M. farmer 
Boardman Thomas, farmer 
Boberg N. laborer 
Bolton Martin, farmer 
Bolfon Thomrs, miller 
Bonnett James, farmer 
Booth John, laborer 
Booth J. E. attorney-at-law 
Boren Alma, laborer 
Boren Joseph, laborer 
Boshard J. R. laborer 
Boshard Jacob, laborer 



"Brereton Richard, farmer 
Brown W. H. farmer 
Brown F. laborer 
Brown J. M. laborer 
Brown G. M. city attorney 
Buchi B. farmer 
Buckley Samuel, musician 
Buckley Wm. carder 
Buckner Jesse, farmer 
Bullock Isaac, farmer 
Bullock Isaac Jr. stock raiser 
Bullock B. K. farmer 
Bunnell S. I. farmer 
Burbeck Wm. cooper 
Burch John, laborer 
Buxton Joseph, gardener 

Carroll H, G. carpenter, machin- 
ist, etc 

Carter D. farmer 
Carter Edward, laborer 
Carter John, farmer 
Carter J. Jr. laborer 
Cheever H. A. gardener 
Chesley Wm. laborer 
Chislett James, laborer 
Choney C. laborer 
Christiansen J. M. dentist 
Christiansen T. laborer 
Clark T. B. laborer 
Clark Joseph, farmer 
Clinger Henry, farmer 
duff Samuel, farmer 
Cluff H. H. ex-county collector 
ClufT Hyrum, carpenter 
Cluff D. F. barber 
Cluff D. Jr. carpenter 
Collier J. laborer 
Collins Bros, masons 
Colton F. mason 
Coltrin J. F. apothecary 
Cook Thomas, mason 
Cook Luke, Butcher 
Conover A. G. farmer 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Knb&er & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Tallin A Pickard'* 



212 



Utah Directory Pi-ovo City. 



Conrad Charles, farmer 
Conrad George, laborer 
Conrad F. laborer 
Conrad S. farmer 
Cordner Thomas, laborer 
Cuimiiigiiam Mrs. M. H. 
post mistress 

Daley Wm. farmer 
Dana D. S. attorney-at-Iaw 
Daniels Aaron, farmer 
Daniel^ J. E. city treasurer 
Daniels J. E. Jr. farmer 
Davis J. farmer 
Davis H. L. farmer 
Davis Thomas, surveyor 
Davis C. H. farmer 
Davis H. W. machinist 
Dixon H. W. sec'y. Provo 

MTg. Co 

Doolan J. P. laborer 
Dugdale Aaron, laborer 
Dugdale R. J. laborer 
Douglas Wm. blacksmith 
Duke John, laborer 
Dunne James, sup't Provo 

Mf g Co 
Dusenberry W N. attorn ey-at- 

law 

Dusenberry W. H. county clerk 
Dye R. farmer 

Eakins George, farmer 
Edwards Robert, mason 
Eggertson S. P. farmer 
Ewing W. H. laborer 
Elliott Henry, laborer 
Elliott George, laborer 
Elliott G. Jr. laborer 
Elliott Edwin, laborer 
Emerson P. H. judge 1st Dist. 

Court 
Emerson C. W. clerk ist Dist 

Court 



Emmons C, H. laborer 
Erstead F. laborer 
Evans Geo. laborer 
Evans Joseph, laborer 
Everett J. laborer 

Fawsett R, farmer 
Fawsett Wm. farmer 
Farrer R. farmer 
Farrer R. jr. farmer 
Farrer Wm. farmer 
Farrer Thomas, farmer 
Fenn Thomas, laborer 
Ferre Alonzo, farmer 
Ferre R. C, farmer 
Fisher James, farmer 
Flemming T. E. farmer 
Fletcher C. E. carpenter 
Fordham Wm. carpenter 
Freshwater & Son, merchants 
Freshwater Wm, merchant 
Freshwater Wm. jr. merchant 
Fuller J. J. city inspector 

Gammon Thomas, farmer 

Gardeners" and Mechanics' Ex- 
change, J. Sawyer, president 

Gee G. W. farmer 

Giles John, farmer 

Gillespie James, laborer 

Gillespie A. laborer 

Gillespie Robert, laborer 

Glenfield J. C. C. butcher, 
dealer in hides and horn stock 

Glazier S. farmer 

Glazier C. D. clerk 

Glazier L. O. farmer 

Glazier L. S. farmer 

Gledhill J. painter 

GofT Peter, laborer 

GofT James, jr. laborer 

Goddard H. S. farmer 

Goodman J. R. farmer 

Graham J. C. editor Rtiquircr 



Furniture, Staple and Fancy ,.8, U, &K.D,BarrattBros,S k L. City 



California Lasso Saildle^-WaUin & Pickard, Salt Lake City- 



Utah Directory Provo City. 



21 



Graves Daniel, silk raiser 
Gray Joseph, farmer 
Gray James, farmer 
Gray W. H. farmer 
Groneman George, carpenter 

Hadfield S. laborer 
Hallett T. farmer 
Halliday A. butcher 
Halliday Wm. laborer 
Halliday V. L. plasterer 
Halliday Daniel, laborer 
Manning J. weaver 
Hanse Peter, laborer 
Hansen James, laborer 
Harding J. laborer 
Harding Samuel, butcher 
Harding S. Jr. laborer 
Hardy James, laborer 
Hardy M. H. school teacher 
Hardy Charles, tailor 
Harris Wm. laborer 
Harris W. J. farmer 
Harrison Wm. drayman 
Harrison Wm. tinner 
Haws A. W. carpenter 
Haws A. H. laborer 
Haws Albert, farmer 
Haws Oliver, farmer 
Hedenberg Olaf, farmer 
Hendrickson E. C. potter 
Hills J. E. carpenter 
Hindmarsh Thomas, merchant 
Hodson Wm. laborer 
Holdaway A. D. farmer 
Holdaway W. S. machinist 
Holdaway David, machinist 
Holdaway T. T. laborer 
Holdaway John, laborer 
Holdaway M. farmer 
Holdaway S. farmer 
Holden Giles, farmer 
Holden Peter, laborer 
Hoover J. W. miller 



Hortoii Mrs. E. dry goods 
and notions 

Jacobsen L. farmer 
James George, farmer 
Jaques G. W. brick maker 
Jarman Thomas, farmer 
Jepperson C. farmer 
Jepperson Samuel, painter 
Jensen P. C. cabinet maker 
John David, lumber merchant 
Johnson J. P. R. carpenter 
Johnson Peter, farmer, 
Johnson O. farmer 
Johnson John, farmer 
Johnson J. A. laborer 
Johnson B. laborer 
Johnson B. jr. farmer 
Johnson C. A. laborer 
Johnson N. farmer 
Johnson J. T. farmer 
Jones J. G. farmer 
Jones Eleazer, laborer 
Jones T. W. farmer 
Jones Albert, clerk 
Jones T. A. farmer 
Jones J. V. laborer 
Jones J. D. farmer . 
Jones W. M. farmer 
Jones S. S. merchant 
Jorgensen Mads, farmer 

Keeler J. B. reporter linquin'r 
Keeler D. H. mason 
Kerry Thomas, farmer 
Kimball Mrs. L. widow 
King Isaac, laborer 
King J. W. farmer 
Kirkwood B. C. sup t ZCMI 
Knight N. farmer 
Knudsen H. farmer 
Knudsen Jens, farmer 

Larsen N. clerk 
Lawrence John, mechanic 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City, 



Nobby Ridini:: Saddles anil Bridles, Wallin & Ptakard,S. L. Cii.v 



214 



Utali Directory Provo City. 



Lechtre John, farmer 
Lewis W. J. farmer 
Lewis Wm. plasterer 
Liddiard Thomas, mason 
Liddiard Samuel, mason 
Lott I. B. farmer 
Loveless J. W. farmer 
Lunceford Joseph, laborer 

Madsen Peter, farmer 
Madsen M. P. farmer 
Maeser K. G. principal B Y 

Academy 

Mai ben H. J. painter 
Maiben Henry, painter 
McCauslin Jesse, gardener 
McEwan Henry, laborer 
McEwan Joseph, printer 
McEwan John, farmer 
McKinley Robert, laborer 
Meecham Lewis, gardener 
Meecham Edward, gardener 
Meldrum George, shoe maker 
Meldrum G. Jr. laborer 
Meldrum David, blacksmith 
Meldrum John, carpenter 
Meldrum James, farmer 
Metzenend John, farmer 
Miller Mrs. A. widow 
Milner J. B. attorney-at-law 
Miller Mrs. R. E. widow 
Moore H. J. tinner 
Moore Samuel, farmer 
Moore S. B. miner 
Muhlestien N. jeweler 

Needham Thomas, laborer 
Neilson S. jeweler 
Nelson C. W. farmer 
Nelson C. H. blacksmith 
Nelson L. P. farmer 
Nelson Isaac, farmer 
Nelson Wm. farmer 
Nelson J. M. farmer 



Nelson J. C. gardener 
Newell E. A. farmer 
Newell M. farmer 
Noon A. A. miner 
Nuttall Joseph, laborer 

Pace W. B. miner 
Park Mrs. L. widow 
Patten T. J. farmer 
Pearce Samuel, laborer 
Pearce A. farmer 
Pearce A. Y. laborer 
Peay Edward, farmer 
Peay G. F. farmer 
Peay Francis, farmer 
Peck Edwin, blacksmith 
Penrod D, N. farmer 
Pen rod I. farmer 
Perry P. F. farmer 
Perry F. laborer 
Perry S. E. laborer 
Peterson M. farmer 
Peterson Andrew, farmer 
Phillenip A. P. farmer 
Phillips M. G. D. blacksmith 
Pike W. R. physician 
Pope George, laborer 
Poulson H. machinist 
Pratt Samuel, farmer 

Rawling E. B. plasterer 
Rawlings H. E. laborer 
Redfield C. N. farmer 
Richmond J. B. farmer 
Riggs John, physician 
Roberts M. G. laborer 
Roberts A. laborer 
Roberts W. D. farmer 
Roberts B. M. farmer 
Robbins I. R. farmer 
Rodgers D. W. physician 
Rupper J. basket maker 

Samuelson T. M. carpenter 
Saunders Henry, carpenter 



Chairs, Bedsteads. Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros- 



Saddlery &SaddIery-Hardware, Jobbed by Wallin &. Pickard, S.L.Clty 

Utah Directory Provo City. 2 \ 5 



Sawyer J. gardener 
Scott Franklin, farmer 
Scott Mrs. S. A. widow 
Scott Walter, farmer 
Scott George, farmer 
Seamount John, weaver 
Selck J. H. painter 
Shaw Mrs. M. widow- 
Skinner H. B. copper 
Skinner Amos, farmer 
Skinner Joseph, farmer 
Smart H. B. dyer 
Smith Alma, garden LT 
Smith James, miller 
Smith T. M. tanner 
Smith J. H. laborer 
Smith C. W. farmer 
Smith Alfred, shoe maker 
Smith Hyrum, laborer 
Smoot Reed, clerk 
Smoot A. O. manufacturer, 

farmer, etc 

Smoot A. O. Jr. county assessor 
Smoot W. C. A. treas. Provo 

Mf 'g Co 

Snow Mrs. E. widow 
Snow J. C. plasterer 
Snow D. C. laborer 
Snow J. E. farmer 
Snow R. C. laborer 
Snider Jacob, wheel wright 
Snider J. C. carpenter 
Snider M. L. carpenter 
Sperry W. O. farmer 
Startiii Thomas, dealer in 

groceries & provisions 
Stevens John, farmer 
Stevenson John, farmer 
Stevenson J. C., news dealer 

and stationer 
Stewart Edward, laborer 
Stewart A. J. Jr. surveyor 
Stradling Wm. farmer 



Strong Joseph, farmer 
Strong Mrs. A. widow 
Strong Wm. farmer 
Strong John, farmer 
Stubbs Peter, baker 
Stubbs Richard, farmer 
Sward August, blacksmith 
Swarthout T. drayman 
Swenson J. C. merchant 
Sutton E. laborer 
Sutton Isaac, trader 

Talmage J. J. physician 

Tanner Myron, miller 

Tanner M. J. school teacher 

Taylor George, furniture 
dealer 

Taylor C. H. laborer 

Taylor Mrs. M. widow 

Thatcher George, laborer 

The Territorial Enquirer, pub- 
lished every Wednesday and 
Saturday morning, by J. C. 
Graham 

Thomas Chancey, farmer 

Thomas L. tailor 

Thomas David, laborer 

Thomas R. T. farmer 

Thomas R. H. farmer 

Thurman T. E. farmer 

Thuesen D. P. shoe maker 

Tiffany George, laborer 

Tiffany G. M. laborer 

Tiffany Loyal, laborer 

Truit Thomas, farmer 

Turner J. W. sheriff 

Turner Mrs. H. widow 7 

Twelves J. R. carpenter 

Twelves Charles, gardener 

Twelves Orson, farmer 

Van Wagonnen John, mill 

w r right 
Vincent Charles, farmer 



Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dun ford's. 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Waliin & I'l 'kard,SaU Lake City 

216 Utali Directory Provo City. 



Vincent D Sr. farmer 
Vincent D. Jr. farmer 
Vincent Thomas, farmer 
Vincent T. H. farmer 

Walton J. B. school teacher 
Watson Wm. laborer 
Watson Andrew, farmer 
Watters Ruben, freighter 
Wentz P. M. shoe maker 
Westfall J. F farmer 
Whipple E. farmer 
White Henry, blacksmith 
Wilkins J. G. farmer 



Wilkins J. A. laborer 
Wilkins Oscar, printer 
Williams W. G. farmer 
Williams Alexander, shoe maker 
Williams N. laborer 
Williamson Martin, farmer 
Williamson John, farmer 
Wilson H. W. farmer 
Winkler John, laborer 
Worsley John, blacksmith 
Wride Evan, farmer 

Young Jacob, farmer 
Zobell H. J. farmer 



PROVO MANUFACTURING CO., 




QlfcT 
JAMES DUNN. Superintendent. 



C3-. 



Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 

FURNITURE, 

PIANOS AND ORGANS, 



Fine Chromes, Picture Frames, Mouldings, 
Baby Carriages, Feathers, Etc., Etc. 



Mattresses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bro* 



WULIiV'8 PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS. 



Utah Directory Provo City. 



217 



PROVO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

Ashbrook M. V, 
Booth J. E. 
Brown G. M. 
Dana D. S. 
Dusenberry W. N. 
Milner J. B. 

BAKER, 

Stubbs Peter 

BARBER, 
lllff D. F. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Douglas Wm. 
Meldrum Davis 
Nelson C. H. 
Peck Edwin 
Phillips M. G. D. 
Sward August 
White Henry 
Worsley John 

BOOT AND SPIOE MAKEttS, 

Bee Samuel 
Meldrum George 
Smith Alfred 
Thusen D. P. 
Wentz P. M. 
Williams Alexander 

BUTCHERS. 

Cook Luke 
Gleiifield John C. C. 

Halliday A. 
Harding Samuel 

BRICKMAKERS. 

Jacques G. W. & Co. 
Smoot & Co. 



COOPERS, 

Burdeck William 
Skinner H. B. 

DENTIST. 
Christiansen J. M. 

DRUGGISTS, 

City Drug- Store, R. T. Booth 

superintendent 
Townsend 

CITY DRUG STORE 

Wholesale and Retail dealers in 

DRUGS and MEDICINES. 

Manufacturers of 

COLTRIN'S SUPERIOR BLUING, ESSENCE 

OP JAMAICA GINGER, LEMON, *., 

Also First Class Axle Grease. 

PROVO CITY, - - - UTAH. 



DRY GOODS. 

Horton Mrs. E. 



General Dealer in 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions. 

Wholesale and Retail dealer in 

IF | -R, TJ | I | T | S, 
Domestic and Imported. 

Oity, TJtsuh.. 



FLOUR MILLS. 

Beebe G. 
Bolton Thomas 



Geo Dun ford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter > 

27 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trolling and Racing Goods 



218 



Utah Directory Provo City. 



Hoover J. W. 
Smith & Penrod 
Tanner Myron 

FURNITURE. 

Cluff David Jr, 
Fordham William 
Taylor George 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

Fordham W, & Co. 

Freshwater & Sons 

Harrison Mrs. E. 

Hindmarsh Thomas 

Hortoii Mrs. E. 

Jones S. S. 

Provo Co-operative In- 
stitution 

Stevenson J. C. 

Startiii Thomas 

West Branch Provo Co- 
operative lust. 

HOTELS. 

Bullock Isaac 

Daniels Mrs. J. E. Excelsior 
house 

JEWELERS. 

Muhlestein N 
Neilson S. 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 
Bee F. F. * 

LUMBER DEALERS. 
Smoot, John & Co. 

MACHINISTS. 

Carroll H. G. 
Davis H. W. 
Holdaway W. S. 
Holdaway David 
Poulson H. 



MILLINERS. 

Alexander Miss Helen 
Bee Mrs. J. 
Keen Mrs. V. 

NEWSPAPER. 

Territorial Enquirer, pub- 
lished every Wednesday and 
Saturday mornings by J. C. 
Graham. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Daniels J. E. 
Emerson C. W. 
Stewart A. J. 

PAINTERS. 

Gledhill J. 
Jepperson Samuel 
Maiben Henry 
Selck J. H. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Pike W. R. 
Riggs John 
Rogers D. W. 
Talmage J. J. 

PRINTING OFFICE. 

Graham J. C. 

STATIONER. 

Stevenson J. C. 



JOHN C. STEVENSON, 

MSDEALER&STATIONER 

Provo City, Utah- 

TOYS, FANCY GOODS, 



Orders taken for 

Eastern, Western & Foreign Periodicals, 



Feathers &. Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets & Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Pair, 1878, Wallin & Pickard 

Utah Directory American Fork, 219 



STONE MASONS. TAILORS. 

Collins Bros. Ambrosen H. J. C. 

Cook Thomas H , ard y Charles 

Edwards Robert Thomas Lorenzo 

Liddiard Thomas TINNERS. 

Liddiard Samuel 

Harrison William 

Moore H. J. 
Davis & Wride 
Davis Thomas WOOLEN MILLS. 

Stewart A. J. Provo Manufacturing; Co, 



ST-A-IR/TUsT, 

ITDea-ler in. 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FANCY GOODS 

CIGARS, TOBACCO, NOTIONS, CAN- 
. DIES, NUTS, FRUITS, Etc.. Etc. 

Hrovo Olty, - - Utali Oount.y, Utah. 

AMERICAN FORK 

Is one of the most active cities of Utah County. It is incorpor- 
ated and contains a population of 1,600, consisting principally pf 
farmers. It has a large meeting house, four schools a public hall 
and the city hall. It is 33 miles from Salt Lake City on the line 
of the U. S. R. R. It was from here that the American Fork R. 
R. used to run 17 miles to Deer Creek in American Fork Can- 
yon, passing, on its way, some of the most magnificent scenery 
that the territory possesses. This canyon was then the objective 
point for numerous tourists who were thus enabled by a few 
hours ride from Salt Lake to penetrate the heart of the Wasatch 
at its most engaging point of view. The line was originally 
built for the purpose of transporting ores from the Miller, Dutch- 
man, Milkmaid and other mines, but these failing to a great ex- 

The place for Mats, Cap* & Gloves, Geo. Dan/or <t. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 



220 Utah Directory American Joi k~ 

tent, the traffic of the road was found to- be too light to pay 
expenses and the rails were taken up. The only mine of prom- 
inence that now remains is the property of the Miller Mining and 
Smelting Company, of which Mr. G. M. Young of Salt Lake 
City, is manager, and future active envelopment of this claim, 
may result in the line being rebuilt. There is now a solid wagon 
road up the canyon which is kept in good repair by the American, 
Fork Canyon Road Company. Officers: 

N. C. Haiselt, President and Director. 

James Chipman, Director, 

John Duncan, 

Lewis Robinson, 

George Clark, " 

J. B. Forbes, Secretary. 

Lewis S. Robinson, Treasurer, 

This company owns the road 19 miles from the mouth of the 
canyon to the Wasatch county line where it is met by the road 
from Provo Valley, 

American Fork is one of the few cities of the Territory that 
have taken advantage of the local option law in regard to free 
schools. This has been done by adding to the Territorial school 
tax a quarter of one per cent, which returns sufficient to support 
free schools in five different districts. These are partially graded 
and teach throughout the year an average of 400 pupils. The 
West school is under E. A. Henriod, principal ; the East under 
Mrs. Griffiths and the Centre schools under J. B. Forbes, Eben- 
eazer Hunter and Miss Emma Beardall. There are a number of 
good business houses in American Fork as our directory will, 
show. Prominent among these are Messrs. Shelley and Thornton 
who have a very complete stock of general merchandise, and 
William Grarrt, the well-known music man, whose business ac- 
tivity has made his name familiar not only in Utah County, but 
throughout the entire southern districts. Following are the city 
officers ; 

Mayor. L. E. Harrington. 

Aldermen.* John McNiell, William Paxman. 



We pack FtTnitureto insure Safety and avoid Weigh*, Barratt Pros 



Shoe Leather & Findiitf/s, W. L. Pickanl, S. L. 



Utah Directory American Fork. 



221 



Councilors. James Gardner, A. A. Green, N. Nielsen. 

Recorder. J. B. Forbes. 

Assessor and Collector. John Duncan. 

Treasurer. James Chipman. 

Marshal. Edward Robinson. 

Justice of the Peace. John Hindley. 

AMERICAN FORK DIRECTORY. 



Abel I. farmer 
Adamson Peter, farmer 
Adamson A. farmer 
Adamson James, miller 
Adams A. miller 
Adams J. farmer 
Adams Joseph, laborer 
Allston Joseph, farmer 
Anderson E. carpenter 
Armstrong Wm. farmer 
Armstrong John, laborer 
Askew Thomas, farmer 

Baker George, blacksmith 
Baker G. T. blacksmith 
Barratt Thomas, farmer 
Barratt John, farmer 
Bate Herbert, farmer 
Bate William, farmer 
Bennett John, carpenter 
Berg Emilus, carpenter 
Berg John, tailor 
Binns Isaac, farmer 
Binns John, mason 
Blood George, farmer 
Boley S. farmer 
Boley T. farmer 
Boley Henry, farmer 
Boley H. D. farmer 
Bourne E. stock raiser 
Brown Richard, miner 
Burnside William, miner 

Campbell A. farmer 
Campbell James, brickmaker 



Carter J. C. wheelright 
Caunt David, farmer 
Chadwick Thomas, farmer 
Chadwick James, tailor 
Chadwick Wm. painter 
Chad\vick John, miner 
Chipman W. farmer 
Chipman Henry, stock raiser 
Chipman James, dealer in 

general merchandise 
Christensen N, farmer 
Christensen Paul, farmer 
Christensen H. farmer 
Chrystal A. farmer 
Chrystal James, miner 
Chrystal James jr. miner 
Clegg Thomas, farmer 
Conder Joseph, farmer 
Conder John, freighter 
Conder Edward, teamster 
Cooper Isaac, stock raiser 
Cousin Wm. farmer 
Crompton Robert, farmer 
Crompton John, farmer 
Crooks James, blacksmith 
Crookston George, farmer 
Crookston G. jr. farmer 
Crookston Robert, farmer 
Crookston Thomas, farmer 
Crookston James, farmer 
Crookston J. railroad hand 
Cullom Henry, engineer 
Cunningham G. farmer 
Cunningham Robert, farmer 



Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt LaJse City, 



Utali Directory Advertisements. 



UTAH MUSICAL EMPORIUM 

IMPORTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




VIOLINS, 
Strings, 

And all kinds of 




TOYS, 

Faicj Goods, 

Pictures, 



Merchandise. 

NEWS AND STATIONERY DEPOT 

The largest and most varied assortment in the West. Best 
quality and latest styles of goods. Prices LOW and satis- 
faction guaranteed. Orders by mail filled promptly 

Address W. GRANT, American Fork, Utah. 



SHELLEY & THORNTON, 



-DEALERS IN- 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 

Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, 

Hats Und Gaps, Whips, 

AND A VARIETY OF NOTIONS UNEXCELLED IN 
ANY STOKE IN THE WEST. 

Half a, Tolocls: T7^"est of IDepot, 

AMERICAN FORK, - - UTAH. 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory American Fork. 223 



Dean Samuel, farmer 
Dillworth Joseph, farmer 
Dunklcy Alfred, merchant 
Duncan William, farmer 
Duncan John, farmer 
Dunn Joseph, clerk 
Dunn W. B. farmer 
Dunn W. G. farmer 
Durrant John, brewer 

Eastman Albert, carpenter 
Eastman J. carpenter 
Ellsmore J. carpenter 
Evans Robert, carpenter 

Featherstone Thomas, mason 
Forbes J. B. school teacher 
Francis John, cooper 

Gardner James, farmer 
Gibson William, farmer 
Gough J. farmer 
Grant William,music dealer, 

toys, etc 

Green Charles, farmer 
Green A. A. stock raiser 
Greenwood B. herder 
Greenwood J. trader 
Greenwood Samuel, farmer 
Greenwood Wm. notary public 
Greenwood W. Jr. farmer 

Hansen C. farmer 
Hansen Hans, laborer 
Hansen Martin, farmer 
Harrington L. E. postmaster 
Hedden S. G. lumberman 
Henriod Wm. farmer 
Henriod E. A. school teacher 
Herbert John, mason 
Herbert J. Jr. farmer 
Higley W. J. jeweler 
Hindley John, farmer 
Hoggard Heber, farmer 
Hoggard G. farmer 
Hoggard James, butcher 



Hoggard Hyrum, farmer 
Houston John, freighter 
Hunter R. farmer 
Hunter Wm. farmer 
Hunter James, section man 
Hunter Oscar, farmer 
Hunter E. school teacher 

Ingersol David, farmer 
Ivins Wm. farmer 

Jacklin George, farmer 
Jacklin Moses, laborer 
Jackson Mahonri, miller 
Jackson W. W. sup't Z C M I 
Jackson W. Jr. laborer 
Jackson Thomas, laborer 
Julian S. tailor 
Julian Willard, laborer 

Kelly Wm. farmer 
Kelly J. P. farmer 
Kelly J. Jr. farmer 
Kelly J. L. farmer 
Kelly David, farmer 
Kelly W. E. farmer 
Kepperneck R. propr. Ameri- 
can Fork House 
Kershaw Wm. laborer 
King R. E. fanner 
King Joseph, laborer 
King J. E. laborer 
Kirkwood Joseph, farmer 

Laycock A. peddler 
Lee E. B. painter 
Logic Charles, carpenter 

McNiell John, farmer 
Mercer J. D. farmer 
Mercer Mosrah, farmer 
Mercer Ammon, herder 
Middleton John, farmer 
Miller Henry, farmer 
Miller Thomas, farmer 
Miller J. F. farmer 
Miller Alexander, farmer 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



224 



Utah Directory American Fork. 



Miller Joseph, farmer 
Miller J. M. farmer 
MisntT S. farmer 
Mitchell George, farmer 
Mitchell David, farmer 
Mitchell Richard, farmer 
Mitchell John, farmer 
Mott S. farmer 
Mulliner Samuel, miller 
Murrhman Y. Y. farmer 

Nelsen Neils, farmer 
Nichols J. farmer 

Okey Joseph, laborer 
Oldfield Alfred, shoe maker 
Oiler George, laborer 
Olsen J. farmer 
Olsen Ammon, miner 
Ovard John, farmer 
Ovard Jacob, farmer 
Ovard Joseph, farmer 
Ovard Thomas, farmer 

Padfield Samuel, lime dealer 
Parker Franklin, laborer 
Parker Thomas, farmer 
Parker W. H. herder 
Parker William, farmer 
Paxman Wm. lumber merchant 
Pete Daniel laborer 
Peters John, station agent 
Phillips Thomas, farmer 
Phillips J. W. farmer 
Phillips Richard, fisherman 
Phillips J. A. farmer 
Preston J. C. freighter 
Preston J. W. farmer 
Preston Richard, farmer 
Proctor John, farmer 
Proctor George, farmer 
Proctor Robert, farmer 
Pullen J. F. farmer 
Pullen James, farmer 
Pullen J. H. farmer 



Ray William, engineer 
Rieshton Edward, farmer 
Roberts J. B. farmer 
Roberts Charles, farmer 
Roberts J. J. laborer 
Robinson W. W. farmer 
Robinson W. H. carpenter 
Robinson Joseph, carpenter 
Robinson' J. H. farmer 
Robinson W. S. farmer 
Robinson Edward, farmer 
Robinson E. Jr. farmer 
Rowley Joseph, farmer 
Rowley Alma, farmer 
Rushtoh J. W. farmer 
Rushton William, laborer 

Sawyer Edwin, farmer 
Shelley John, freighter 
Shelley S. farmer 
Shelley James, shoemaker 
Shelley Joseph, merchant 
Shelley Thomas, farmer 
Shipley Joseph, farmer 
Skeery J. D. peddler 
Smith D. T. farmer 
Smith W. B. clerk 
Snow John, clerk 
Sprattley James, farmer 
Sprattley George, shoemaker 
Steele R. R. farmer 
Steele Henry, farmer 
Steele Richard, farmer 
Steele J. E. miner 
Steele Thomas, farmer 
Steele George, laborer 
Steel Edward, builder 
Steggell J. butcher 
Stewart James, farmer 

Taylor William, farmer 
Taylor W. Jr. farmer 
Taylor George, engineer 
Thornton T. G. herder 
Thornton A. T. merchant 



The Lead-ing Boot, Shoe < Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S.L, Oity 



Utah Directery American Fork. 



225 



Thornton J. S. farmer 
Thornton T. E. carpenter 
Tracey John, laborer 
Twede C. F. saddler 

Varney Jacob, farmer 
Vowells Samuel, farmer 

Wadsworth T. S. physician 
Wagstaff Amos, farmer 
Wagstaff David, farmer 
Wagstaff Samuel, nurseryman 
Wagstaff, Isaac, plasterer 
Walker Robert, blacksmith 
Walker William, laborer 



Walker Richard, herder 
W^alker Thomas, farmer 
Waterman G. A. merchant 
Webb F, shoemaker 
Webb William, shoemaker 
Welsh James, farmer 
Weston William, laborer 
Whitaker, Charles, farmer 
Wild Joseph, brickmaker 
Woodhead Alfred, laborer 
Wootton John, farmer 
Wright F. laborer 
Wrigley Joseph, farmer 
Wrigley John, farmer. 



AMERICAN FORK BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Adams A. flour mill 
Adamson Jas. flour mill 
American Fork Co-operative 
Store, W. W. Jackson supt 
Baker George, blacksmith 
Bennett John, furniture 
Berg John, tailor 
Bourne E. stock raiser 
Campbell Jas. brickmaker 
Chadwick Jas. tailor 
Chadwick William, painter 
Chipman Jas. general mdse 
Crooks Jas. blacksmith 
Dunkley A. general mdse 
Durant J. brewer 
Francis John, cooper 
G-raiit Wm. musical instru- 
ments, toys, frames, station- 
ery, etc. 
Greenwood William, notary 

public 

Harrington L. E. postmaster 
Higley W. J. jeweler 



Hoggard Jas. butcher 
Jackson M. flour mill 
Julian S. tailor 
Kepperneck R. Am. F. hotel 
Logic Charles, carpenter 
Mulliner S. flour mill 
Oldfield A. shoemaker 
Paxman Wm. lumber dealer 
Phillips R. fisherman 
Robinson W. H. wagon maker 
Shelley & Thornton, gen. 

merchandise 
Shelley Jas. shoemaker 
Sprattley Geo. shoemaker 
Steel Edward, builder 
Steggel J. butcher 
Twede C. F. saddler 
Wadsworth T. S. physician 
Walker Robert, blacksmith 
Waterman G. A. general 

merchandise 
Webb F. shoemaker 
Wild Joseph, brickmaker 



Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing 
At the Territorial Enquirer Office, Provo City, Utah. 



Barratt Br on., Furniture & Mouse Goods, 8. L. City 

28 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 
226 Utah Directory Benjamin and Goshcn. 

BENJAMIN, 

A village about 65 miles from Salt Lake City, lies between the 
Southern extremity of Utah Lake and the U. S. R. R. The 
population is only 150 who are nearly all farmers. The only 
store is the Co-operative institution under the management of B, 
F. Stewart. The town has of course, its district school and meet- 
ing houses. 

BENJAMIN DIRECTORY. 

Allen A. farmer Hurbert Thomas, farmer 

Betts R. S. farmer Koontz John, farmer 

Clayson Nathan, farmer Loce Isaac ' farmer 

Reese Isaac, farmer 

Gerr Peter, farmer Richerson W. W. farmer 

Hand Geo. farmer Richerson C. Jr. farmer 

Hansen John, fisherman, Richerson C. farmer 

Haws E. farmer Rogers Isaac, farmer 

Hawkins John, farmer Stewart B. F. Jr. farmer 

Hawkins Charles, farmer Stewart L. K. justice of peace 

Hawkins Eli, farmer Stewart Joseph, farmer 

Hickman G. W. farmer Stewart Henry, farmer 

Hone J. farmer Stewart A J. farmer 

Hone David, farmer Stewart B. F. sup't Z C M I 

Hone Caleb, farmer Stock Edward, farmer 
Hone Henry, farmer ~. TT r 

Hone George, farmer Warner - H " farmer 

Hone G. Jr. gardener Yates Richard, farmer 



GOSHEN 

Is a farming settlement of $00 inhabitants. It is situated on 
Currant Creek, six miles west of the Utah Southern Railroad with 
which it is connected by a tri-weekly stage to Santaquin. It is 
75 miles from Salt Lake City. 

GOSHEN DIRECTORY. 

Allen Mrs. M. widow Baxter William, freighter 

Athrely Daniel, farmer Bell Mrs. J. widow 

Baxter John, farmer Borup Carl, blacksmith 

Geo. Dun ford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



Best Team Harness made by Walliri & Pickard, Salt Lake Citj. 

Utah Directory Goshen. 227 



Burgess Horace, teamster Jasperson Mrs. A. widow 

Burriston John, farmer Jasper John, stock man 

T r Jensen J. J. farmer 

Christiansen J C. farmer Jensen R tailor 

Christiansen O farmer Jenkins ; R dener 

Chnstianson Chris, farmer Jellkins j L * ter 

Co e James, miner Jenkins Charl t e amst er 

Co e Benjamin laborer J er gerson J. shoe maker 

Cole Willard, freighter Job Tho Prof> of astrology 

Cook Mrs S widow Job T D stock raiser 

Cowley Charles, miller j ohn AUen kborer 

Ball Mrs. F. widow Johnson Richard, farmer 

Ball Mrs. R. widow Johnson J. B. postmaster 

Davis W B. miner Laird Mrs wjdow 

Davis William, laborer Leetham John, smelter 

Devereux John, farmer Lewis farmer 

Dodds Thomas, miner Lewis R farmer 

Edwards Eliezer, justice of peace Lines Henry, freighter 

Ercanbrack S. tailor Litchfield Joseph, farmer 

Ercanbrack William, farmer McKee Hugh, farmer 

Evans D. L, miner Morgan John, hotel keeper 

Finch Hyrum, farmer Morgan Thomas, farmer 

Finch John, farmer Nable Peter, blacksmith 

Finch William, farmer Neilson Peter, blacksmith 
Frank Christopher, shoe maker Nelson M. teamster 

Frank Peter, carpenter Okleberry Peter, carpenter 

Gardner Walter, teamster Olsen Martin, farmer 

Gardner Mrs. A. widow p age W. H. constable 

Gardner James, miner Partridge Charles, farmer 

Gourley Robert, farmer Peterson Henry, farmer 

Gourley Alexander, farmer Poulsen Mads, farmer 

Gourley George, farmer Poulsen Seran, farmer 

Gourley Paul, carpenter Poulson M. farmer 

Hansen Jens, farmer Poulsen Powel, former 
Higginson G. B. attorney-at-law Roberts John, freighter 

Higginson W. T. miner Roberts Peter, miner 

. T r Rouse J. H. teamster 

Jameson A. Jr. farmer Rous j oh farmer 

Jameson A Sr. farmer Ru(M s J amu ' d farmer 

Jasperson Y. farmer 

Jasperson Hans, farmer Scott John, laborer 



Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City -Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, S. I. City 

228 Utah Directory LchL 

Shoebridge Charles; physician Thomas Manuel, mason 

Sorenson Mrs. K. widow Thomas John, miner 
Stanfield Samuel, farmer 

Stanfielcf E. teamster Jill R obert farmer 

Steel William, farmer wtL T 

Steel John farmer %**?** 

Steel Samuel, farmer ^eech Mrs. E. widow 

Steel Albert,, fanner ^eech J; femle * 

Weech Hyrum, tanner 

Taylor George, laborer White J. W. blacksmith 

Thomas Phillip, laborer White Charles, blacksmith 

GOSHEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Borup Charles, blacksmith Jensen Hans, tailor 

Cowley Charles, flour, mill Jergersen J. shoemaker 

Edwards E. Justice of Peace Job Thomas, astrologer 

Ercanbrack S. tailor Johnson J. B. postmaster 

Frank Chris, bootmaker Morgan John, hotel 

Frank Peter, carpenter Nable Peter, blacksmith 

Goshen Co-operative Store, W. Page W. H. constable 

Price Jr. supt. Shoebridge Chas. physician 

Higginson G, B. attorney-at-law Thomas Manuel, builder 

Jasper John, stock raiser White J. W. blacksmith 



LEHI 

Is the first station on the U. S. R. R. in Utah County going, 
south, and is 3 1 miles from Salt Lake City. It is an enterprising 
community of about 1,600 people who are chiefly engaged in 
farming and stock raising. The soil is extremely productive and 
particularly suitable for wheat, oats and barley. During 1872-3,, 
Lehi was the terminus of the Utah Southern- and the road then 
built a large and substantial station hous>e. It is now the ship- 
ping point to Cedar Valley. Lehi has three schools, a city hall, 
meeting house and assembly rooms and is an incorporated city 
with the following officers: 

Mayor. A. R. Anderson. 
Aldermen. S. R. Thurmon, George Webb. 
Councilors. T. R. Cutler, J. T. Powell, Samuel Taylor, 
Marshal. Thomas Fowler. 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Du ford 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Walliii & Pickard's 



Utah Directory Lehi. 



Assessor and Collector, J. T. H. Colledge* 
Recorder. J. E. Ross. 
Treasurer. T. R. Cutler. 

LEHI DIRECTORY. 



Allred D. H. farmer 
Allred James, farmer 
Allred Isaac, farmer 
Allred P. H. farmer 
Alldredge Isaac, trader 
Anderson A. R. farmer 
Andersen Jens, carpenter 
Anderson Mons, farmer 
Andreason John, mason 
Ashton Joseph, carpenter 
Ashton Thomas, carpenter 
Austin John, farmer 

Ball William, farmer 
Barnes Charles, cooper 
Barnes Joseph, stock raiser 
Beck John, trader 
Beck G. trader 
Bennet A. G. fisherman 
Besinger Thomas, trader 
Black William, miller 
Bone William, farmer 
Bone W. Jr. farmer 
Bremms F. shoemaker 
Briggs S. farmer 
Briggs S. Jr. farmer 
Briggs William, farmer 
Britain William, shoemaker 
Brown N. A. stock raiser 
Brown James, farmer 
Brown John, farmer 
Brown J. Jr. farmer 
Broadbent J. farmer 
Bryant James, miner 
Bushman Jacob, farmer 
Bushman E. A. stock raiser 
Bushman M. B. farmer 

Carter James, laborer 



Carlson Carl, mason 
Chilton Isaac, miner 
Childs J. J. farmer 
Clark William, stock raiser 
Clark David, farmer 
Clark D, Jr. stock raiser 
Clark James, stock raiser 
Colledge J. Jr. farmer 
Colledge J. T. H. farmer 
Coomer George, farmer 
Coomer L, trader * 
Cox E. F. farmer 
Cox Jacob, farmer 
Cox D. H. farmer 
Christenson N. farmer 
Cutler T. R. merchant 
Cutler Wm. section man 

Darling N. E. trader 
Davis George, stock raiser 
Davis E. H. farmer 
Davis E. H. Jr. farmer 
Davis H, stock raiser 
Davis John farmer 
Dawson William, butcher 
Dorton Joseph, merchant 

Edwards E. W. tailor 
Ellingson O. farmer 
Empey S. farmer 
Empey Joseph, blacksmith 
Empey E. farmer 
Erickson M. farmer 
Evans James, farmer 
Evans David, bishop 
Evans D. Jr. attorney-at-law 
Evans I. farmer 
Evans John, farmer 
Evans Edwin, painter 



Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros. S. L. City 



230 Utah Directory Lehi Advertisements. 




THOMAS R. CUTLER, SUPERINTENDENT. 

LEHI, UTAH COUNTY. 



DEALERS IN 



DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, GRAIN, 

LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, DOORS, WINDOWS, 

WAGONS AND MACHINERY. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



DEALERS IN 




T. F. TRANE, AGENT. || WM. WANLASS, SUP T 

LEHI UNION EXCHANGE, 



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FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Etc. 



California Lasso Saddles Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake Cily, 



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Evans W. S. farmer 
Evans D. R. farmer 

Ferguson Barlow, farmer 
Field Carl, farmer 
Finn Wm. stock raiser 
Fowler Thomas, farmer 
Fox I. W. physician 
Fox Robert, farmer 
Fox Alfred, farmer 
Fox Isaac, musician 

Gaddie J. B. teamster 
Garside A. farmer 
Gibbs J. L. shoemaker 
Gilchrist Robert, shoemaker 
Gilchrist Neil, farmer 
Glover George, miner 
Goates James, farmer 
Goates J. W. farmer 
Goates William, farmer 
GofT James, farmer 
Goodey Henry, mason 
Goodson John, fisherman 
Gray James, farmer 
Gray T. F. farmer 
Gudmundsen G. jeweler 
Gurney William, farmer 

Hansen A. fisherman 
Hanmer Hans, merchant 
Harwood J. harness maker 
Harwood J. T. harness maker 
Hawkins Thomas, tinner 
Herren Charles, miner 
Hill L. farmer 
Hill John, gardener 
Hodge A. C. blacksmith 
Hodge Jacob, blacksmith 
Hodge A. trader 
Hodge F. R. trader 
Holm Jens, farmer 
Holsworth J. tanner 
Howes Henry, farmer 
Hunger A. farmer 



Hutchings W. L. clerk- 
Jackson E. painter 
Jackson, John, painter 
Jacobs John, farmer 
James Samuel, farmer 
Johnson G. fisherman 
Johnson J. farmer 
Johnson Williard, farmer 
Jones T. R. farmer 
Jones J. R. farmer 

Karren John, farmer 
Karren J. Jr. farmer 
Karren Thomas, farmer 
Kirkham James, farmer 
Kirkham George, carpenter 
Kirkham Hyrum, farmer 
Kirkham G. W. gardener 
Knudsen Thurston, farmer 
Knudsen G. farmer 
Knudsen C. stock raiser 

Lantensack Peter, carpenter 
Larsen Peter, section man 
Larson J. farmer 
Lewis Henry, carpenter 
Lewis Phillip, section man 
Losee Abraham, farmer 
Lott B. farmer 
Lott J. S. stock raiser 
Lovridge A. farmer 
Lundgreen P. B. farmer 

Mason John, miner 
Mathews William, farmer 
Mathews A. farmer 
McKellar J. farmer 
McOmie Peter, shoemaker 
Meakin James, section man 
Miller M. farmer 
Molen J. W. carpenter 
Molen F. M. stock raiser 
Molen M. W. stock raiser 
Mulliner Joseph, farmer 
Murdock George, farmer 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



Nobby Ridin? Saddles and Bridles, Wallin & Pickard,S. L. CHy, 



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Naile J. C. capitalist 
Nelson Jacob, fisherman 
Norton J. W. mason 
Norton H. E. farmer 

Olmstead Loren, farmer 
Olsen O. P. section hand 

Pearsen C. stock raiser 
Peck E. farmer 
Peterson J. R. painter 
Peterson P. wheelwright 
Peterson John, stock raiser 
Peterson A. F. farmer 
Peterson A. A. farmer 
Peterson Jens, farmer 
Petersen N. farmer 
Petersen M. fisherman 
Pickel Leonard, capitalist 
Powell T. stock raiser 
Powell J. Q. stock raiser 
Powell Augustus, stock raiser 
Powell J. T. farmer 

Raker William, clerk 
Rasmussen Erasmus 
Rhoades A. D. Jr. farmer 
Rhoades A. D. farmer 
Roberts Joseph, farmer 
Roberts J. Jr. farmer 
Roberts John, farmer 
Robinson W. D. miller 
Rockwell Orin, stock raiser 
Rolfe Charles, trader 
Rosbotton Charles, stock raiser 
Ross J. E. school teacher 
Royle M. farmer 
Russon L. farmer 
Russon Thomas, farmer 

Schow Peter, farmer 
Schow. George, trader 
Sharp William, farmer 
Sharp W. R. farmer 
Shaw Joseph, farmer 



Shaw James, farmer 
Simmons Henry, farmer 
Smith Jesse, farmer 
Smith Edward, fisherman 
Smith S. T. farmer 
Smith Hyrum, farmer 
Smith J. J. blacksmith 
Sorenson G. blacksmith 
Sorenson Soren, farmer 
South wick E. bootmaker 
Southwick Wm. farmer 
Standring Edwin, clerk 
Stewart James, carpenter 
Stewart Arthur, farmer 
Stewart John, architect 
Sunderland Wm. machinist 

Taylor Wm. merchant 
Taylor Samuel, blacksmith 
Taylor James, blacksmith 
Thomas J. J. stock raiser 
Thomas Wm. farmer 
Thomas Wm. Jr. farmer 
Thomas D. W. stock raiser 
Thomas J. A. stock raiser 
Thomas Geoge, farmer 
Thurmon J. D. school teacher 
Thurmon S. R. school teacher 
Tidcomb Luke, farmer 
Trane C. C. farmer 
Trane A. P. shoemaker 
Trane T. F. merchant 
Trimmerman J. plasterer 
Turner William, butcher 
Turngreen Peter, cooper 

Vaughan Michael, farmer 
Wanlass Jackson, farmer 
Wanlass Win. merchant 
Webb J. S. section man 
Webb William, farmer 
Webb George, farmer 
Willis William, musician 
Willis S. farmer 



Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barntt Bros< 



Saddlery &Sadd*ery-Hardware,Jobbed by Wallin &. Pickard, S.L.City 

Utah Directory Pay son. 233 



Wines I. D. capitalist 
Winn W. H. stock raiser 
Woodhouse John, tailor 
Woodhouse M. T. farmer 
Woodhouse John Jr. farmer 



Worlton John, farmer 
Yates William, farmer 

Zimmerman John, stock raiser 
Zimmerman George, farmer 



LEHI BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Barnes Charles, Cooper 
Barnes Joseph, stockraiser 
Black William, flour mill 
Bremms F. shoemaker 
Britain William bootmaker 
Cutler T. R. notary public 
Dawson William, butcher 
Daulton J. groceries, etc. 
Edwards E. W. tailor 
Empey Joseph, blacksmith 
Evans D. Jr. attorney-at-law 
Evans Edwin, painter 
Fox I. W. physician 
Gibbs J. L. Shoemaker 
Gudmundsen G. jeweler 
Hammer Hans, general mdse, 
Harwood J. harness maker 
Hawkins Thomas, tinner 
Hodge A. C blacksmith 
Holsworth J. tanner 
Jackson E. painter 
Lehi Union Exchange, W. 

Wanless supt. 
McOmie P. shoemaker 
People's Co-operative In- 
stitution, T. R. Cutler, 
superintendent 
Peterson P. wheelright 



Robinson W. D. flour mill 
Smith J. J. blacksmith 
Sorenson G. blacksmith 
Southwick E. bootmaker 
Stewart John, architect 
Sunderland Wm. machinist 
Taylor W. general mdse 
Taylor Samuel, blacksmith 
Thurmon S. R. Justice Peace 
Trane A. P. bootmaker 
Turner William, butcher 
Turngreen P. cooper 
Woodhouse John, tailor 

EDWARD SOUTHWICK, 




c/a 

Warranted of the Best Make and Material, 
TJtala. Qo-aja.t3T- 



PAYSON. 

This is one of the largest and most prosperous towns of Utah 
County and is situated on the U. S. R. R., 67 miles from Salt 
Lake City. The population is about 2,500, [principally farmers. 
Near Payson are some valuable hematite iron mines, and others 



Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dunford'tt. 

29 



tadfes Sadflles fn great variety, Wainn & Pfckard, Salt Lake Gltjr 



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containing the richer metals. The commercial interests of the- 
city are also- large and considerable freight is shlppedfrom this 
point to the Tin-tic and other mining districts. The city has 5, 
good schools, 3 meeting houses and a city hall, and is incorpor- 
ated with the following officers : 

Mayor. Joseph S. Tanner. 

Aldermen. James Finlayson, T. H. Wilson, Barry Wridc. 

Councilors. J. J. McClellan, William Clayson, J, S.. Taylor, 

W. S.. Tanner, C. Brewerton. 
Recorder. Isiah M.. Coombs^. 
Treasurer. J. H.. Mre;. 
Assessor and collector. Samirer Marsh, 
Marshal. J, C. Harper. 

PAYSON DIRECTORY, 



Abbott Rufus,, gardener 

Amos John, farmer 

Austin George, section foreman 

Ballard F. A, farmer 
Ballard James, farmer 
Barnett H. W. mason? 
Bates J, W. stone cutter 
Bates J. W. Jr. stone cutter 
Bellows M. farmer 
Bellows J. F. farmer 
Bennett J. B. farmer 
Betts J. E. painter 
Betts Richard, farmer 
Betz B. farmer 
Bills Joseph, trader 
Bills Samuel, farmer 
Bingham J, blacksmith 
Bingham J. Jr. blacksmith 
Box Henry, farmer 
Box Martin, stockman 
Box Andrew, laborer 
Boyle H. G. school teacher 
Boyle J. M. carpenter 
Brown G. W. farmer 
Brown G. A. farmer 



Brewerton Charles, farmer 
Brewerton C. Jr. farmer 
Butler James, farmer 
Butler Henry, farmer 
Butler A. farmer 
Butler David y school teacher- 
Calkins Wm. farmer 
Callahan J, A. shoemaker 
Christofifersen Jacob, laborer 
Clayson Thomas, laborer 
Clayson T. Jr. farmer 
Clayson Nathan, farmer 
Clayson John, laborer 
Clayson William, shoemaker 
Cloward William, farmer 
Cloward T. P. shoemaker 
Cloward T. P. Jr. farmer 
Cloward W. H. farmer 
Cloward G. A. farmer 
Cochrane John, turner 
Colvin D. S. farmer 
Colvin Henry, farmer 
Colvin L. M. farmer 
Colvin L. O. A. farmer 
Colvin Wesley, farmer 



Mattresses, all kinds. Imported and made to order, Barratt Bro?, 



WILUM'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRO.VCHO RIDERS. 



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Colvin L. A. farmer 
Collett R. E. lawyer 
Coombs I. M. recorder 
Cowan A. farmer 
Crandall J. laborer 
Crook Joseph, farmer 
Crook B. H. W. laborer 
Crook J. E. farmer 
Curtis Joseph, farmer 
Curtis J. Jr. farmer 
Curtis H. farmer 
Curtis George, farmer 
Curtis G. W. farmer 

Daniels Enoch, farmer 
Daniels Joseph, trader 
Daniels T. E. farmer 
Daniels T. E. Jr. printer 
Davis J. G. farmer 
Depew Wm. laborer 
Diem John, tanner 
Dixon C. F. farmer 
Dixon J. H. farmer 
Dixon Edward, farmer 
Done A. laborer 
Done John, farmer 
Done G. A. farmer 
Douglas J. S. farmer 
Douglas William, merchant 
Douglas Samuel, farmer 
Douglas W. J. clerk 

Eames G. M. farmer 
Elmer F. M. farmer 
Elmer Hyrum, farmer 
Elmer L. farmer 
Ellsworth G. farmer 
Erlandessen E. cabinet maker 

Fairbanks David, farmer 
Fairbanks Henry, farmer 
Fairbanks W. H. farmer 
Fairbanks J. B. farmer 
Fairbanks D. B. farmer 
Fairbanks, R. J. farmer 



Fairbanks J. W. farmer 
Fawns D. F. farmer 
Fillmore R. farmer 
Fillmore O. farmer 
Fillmore M. L. farmer 
Fillmore D. farmer 
Finlayson J. cabinet maker 
Finlayson John, school teacher 
Franconi James, farmer 
Fronconi John, farmer 
Franconi Samuel, farmer 

Gale Charles, farmer 
Gardner H. E. farmer 
Garner Andrew, farmer 
Gough Richard, merchant 
Greer J. H. physician, surgeon 
Grigg P, M, laborer 
Grigg A, I. physician 
Grigg W, A, carpenter 

Haffen John, laborer 
Hancock S. clerk 
Hancock G. W, merchant 
Hancock I. A, farmer 
Hancock C. wagon maker 
Hancock Jacob, farmer 
Hancock Benjamin, miller 
Hansen P. G. laborer 
Hardy J. T. postmaster 
Hardy J. T, Jr. miner 
Hardy W. A. miner 
Harper Edmond, farmer 
Harper J. C, farmer 
Hartle William, laborer 
Haskell H. C. farmer 
Haskell C. farmer 
Hatch William, laborer 
Haymore F. farmer 
Heaton J. gardener 
Hiatt J. M. farmer 
Hiatt, laborer 
Hill A. H. farmer 
Holladay T. M. W. farmer 
Huber Jacob, machinist 



Geo. Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Katrine fi'ootf< 



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Huffman J. H. blacksmith 
Huish W. H. furniture dealer 
Huish J. E. farmer 
Huish E. A. carpenter 
Huish J. W. blacksmith 
Huish O. P. farmer 
Huish Joseph W. farmer 
Huish L. S. blacksmith 
Huish F. D. blacksmith 

Johnson D. P. laborer 

Johnson E. M. miller 

Johnson George, stock dealer 

Johnson F. farmer 

Johnson F. Jr. farmer 

Jones T.. farmer 

Jones J. S. carpenter 

Jones G. F. farmer 

Jones J, E. farmer 

Jones J. M. farmer 

Judd Arthur, section hanxf 

Kay Harrison, laborer 
Keele H. J. lumberman 
Keele Alexander, lumberman 
Keele J. W. lumberman 
Kerr Joseph, farmer 
Kerr J. Jr. farmer 
Kerr David, farmer 
Kinder F. farmer 
Knight J. stock raiser 
Knight J. P. farmer 

Lant David, farmer 
Larsen Peter, Laborer 
Littlewood M. carpenter 
Long Charles, farmer 
Loveless H. S. farmer 
Loveless John, farmer 
Loveless W. D. farmer 
Loveless N. A. farmer 
Loveless J. J. farmer 
Loveless B. P. farmer 
Luke, farmer 

Maag Conrad, farmer 



Maag Jacob, laborer 
Manwell John, farmer 
Manwell J, B. farmer 
Manwell J. F. freighter 
Marsh Samuel, miller 
Marsh C. shoemaker 
Martinson G. laborer 
Mattinson Robert, laborer 
Mattinson John, laborer 
McBeth William, freighter 
McBeth James, farmer 
McCall James, farmer 
McClellan James, farmer 
McClellan S. W. farmer 
McClellan J. J. tanner 
Memmott J. W. miller 
Mikesell J. H. farmer 
Mitchell D. A. shoemaker 
Monk E. farmer 
Montague G. B, farmer 
Moore J. H. farmer 
Moore J. H. Jr. farmer 
Moore S. D. school teacher 

Nebeker W. H. farmer 
Nebeker A. farmer 
Nebeker G. W. farmer 
Nielsen N. P. farmer 

Oberhansli F. farmer 
O'Hara Edward, farmer 
Oyler A. farmer 

Pace W. S. farmer 
Page J. S. merchant 
Parker Henry, gardener 
Parker William, painter 
Patten G, W. farmer 
Patten George, farmer 
Patten W. H. farmer 
Patten Charles, farmer 
Pepper Charles, farmer 
Pendleton C. D. laborer 
Peterson A. carpenter 
Phelps B. H. carpenter 



Feathers &. Piltows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded i>y Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickard 



Utah Directory Payson. 



Pickring W. H. freighter 
Pickring George, plasterer 
Potter A. farmer 
Potter N. farmer 
Pomeroy T. A. druggist 
Powell John, painter 
Powell Wm. stone cutter 
Provstgaard Jens, watchmaker 

Quigley John, laborer 

Reddington John, laborer 
Reece J. farmer 
Reece James, blacksmith 
Reid John, carpenter 
Reid Hugh, laborer 
Reid Edward, tailor 
Richmond E. laborer 
Richardson John, laborer 
Robinson J. ropemaker 
Rudsta O. H. tailor 
Rust W. W. physician 

Sabin David, bee raiser 
Sabin P. P. laborer 
Sargent D. E. laborer 
Sargent Henry, laborer 
Savage Henry, laborer 
Savage M. laborer 
Scharrer H. farmer 
Scharrer J. J. farmer 
Schramm C. peddlar 
Seaberry W. H. farmer 
Searle A. B. laborer 
Searle J. L. farmer 
Searle J. C. farmer 
Searle P. A. laborer 
Selman Charles, farmer 
Selman M. V. laborer 
Selman W. D. freighter 
Senn Henry, laborer 
Sheffield John, farmer 
Simons O. farmer 
Simons Edward, farmer 
Simons G. carpenter 



Simons Q. C. laborer 
Simmons C. farmer 
Sorensen H. fisherman 
Smith Thomas, clerk 
Smith Robert, farmer 
Snider Robert, gardener . 
Snider R. Jr. laborer 
Spencer John, farmer 
Spencer Hyrum, laborer 
Stahlie John, farmer 
Stark J. D. clerk 
Stark Daniel, farmer 
Stark James, laborer 
Stevens E. gardener 
Stevens E. Jr. laborer 
Swensen G, stonemason 
Swett L. laborer 

Tanner J. H. stock raiser 
Tanner D. D. farmer 
Tanner F. E. stock raiser 
Tanner J. S. bishop 
Tanner M. farmer 
Tanner W. S. farmer 
Tanner Edward, farmer 
Taylor J. J. carpenter 
Taylor John, farmer 
Taylor Benjamin, farmer 
Taylor Thomas, farmer 
Taylor H. laborer 
Taylor Z. S. school teacher 
Taylor J. S. farmer 
Thatcher Joseph, quarryman 
Thustrup L. A. shoemaker 
Todd George harness maker 
Towiiseiid J. L. druggist 

Vest William, farmer 
Vest John, farmer 

Walser J. J. tanner 
Warner O. H. farmer 
Watson Thomas, laborer 
Webb A. D. stock raiser 
Webber John, laborer 



The place for Hats, Cap* & Gloves, Ceo. Du/nforr!, 



Cash paid fop Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

238 Utah Directory Pay son. 



Werthlen L. carpenter 
White Lewis, laborer 
Whitehead William, farmer 
Wightman C. B. blacksmith 
Wightman J. freighter 
Wightman W. C. farmer 
Wightman W. C. Jr. farmer 
Wignall J. T. farmer 
Wignall J. S. farmer 
Wignall W. H. farmer 
Wignall William, farmer 
Williams G. W. laborer 
Williams George laborer 
Wilson David carpenter 



Wilson T. H. farmer 
Wilson Hugh, laborer 
Wimmer Robert, gardener 
Wimmer T. G. -trader 
Wimmer W. D. gardener 
Winward P. farmer 
Worthington S. laborer 
Worthington H. laborer 
Worsencroft William, laborer 
Worsencroft S. tinner 
Wride B. farmer 
Wright H. W. school teacher 
Wright J. A. school teacher 
Zundell William, laborer 



PAYSON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Betts J. E. painter 
Bingham & Son., blacksmiths 
Callahan J. A. shoemaker 
Cloward T. P. shoemaker 
Cochrane John, wood turner 
Collett R. E. attorney-at-law 
Coombs I. M. notary public 
Daniels T. E. Jr. printer 
Diem & McClelland, tanners 
Gough Richard, general mdse 
Greer J. H. physician, surgeon 
Hancock G. W. general mdse 
Hancock C. wagon maker 
Hancock Benj. flour mill 
Hardy J. T. notary public 
Huber Jacob, machinist 
Huffman J. H. blacksmith 
Huish W. H. furniture dealer 
Huish J. W. blacksmith 
Johnson E. M. flour mill 
Johnson George, stock dealer 
Keele Bros, lumber dealers 
Marsh Samuel, flour mill 
Memmott J. W. flour mill 
Mitchell D. A. shoemaker 
Page J. S. dry goods 
Parker William, painter 



Patten George, constable 
Payson Co-operative store, W. 

Douglas, superintendent 
Pomeroy T. A. druggist 

W. H. HUISH, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY, 



Etc., Etc. 

Payson, Utah Co., - Utah. 
J. L. TOWNSEND, 



ZPa/37-son. Oit37% TJtstli.. 
DEALER IN 

DRUGS, CHEMICALS, 

PERFUMER F, STA TIONER Y 
AND NOTIONS. 

Physicians Prescriptions Carefully 
Compounded. 



We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 



Shoe Leather & findings, W. L. Picfatrd, S. L. fHft/. 



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Provstgaard Jens, watchmaker 
Reece James, blacksmith 
Reid Kdward, tailor 
Robinson J. ropemaker 
Rust W. W. physician 
Sabin David, apiarist 
Stark Daniel, tanner 



Todd George, harness maker 
Towiiseml J. Li. druggist & 

chemist 

Walser J. J. tanner 
Wightman C. B. blacksmith 
Wilson T. H. Justice of Peace 
Worsencroft S. tinner 



PLEASANT GROVE 

Formerly existed under the name of Battle Creek. It is now 
a prosperous and growing farming district of about 1,400 
people. Pleasant Grove is incorporated and has four schools in 
active operation. It is on the U. S. R. R., eleven miles north 
from Provo. Following are the city officers: 

Mayor. John Brown. 

Aldermen. David West, Thomas Woolley. 

Councilors. Hyrum Winters, J. J. Slaugh, Andrew Jensen. 

Recorder. Elijah Mayhew. 

Treasurer. K. Swenson. 

Assessor and Collector. L. P. Lund. 

Marshal A. Bullock. 

PLEASANT GROVE DIRECTORY. 



Adams W. H. farmer 
Adams J. Jr. farmer 
Adamson David, miller 
Alldredge George, farmer 
Alldredge Wm. farmer 
Alldredge Parsons, carpenter 
Anderson Andrew, farmer 
Anderson, Neils, farmer 
Anderson Carl, farmer 
Anderson Thomas, farmer 
Anderson J. C. farmer 
Anderson Paul, farmer 
Anderson M. farmer 
Archer Patience, trader 
Armitstead James, farmer 
Ash J. W. gardener 



Ashton William, farmer 
Aston Elias, farmer 
Backhouse James, farmer 
Backhouse J. Jr. farmer 
Bacon James, teamster 
Bacon Mrs. C. widow 
Bacon T. J. sawyer 
Bacon Chauncy, farmer 
Baker Mrs. M. A. widow 
Ballinger J. M. trader 
Banks Frank, farmer 
Baxter C. farmer 
Beers John, shoemaker 
Beers Frank, merchant 
Bezzant Mark, smelter 
Bezzant Matthew, farmer 



Standard Gocds at Geo. Dunford's, Halt Lake City. 



Henry Arthur's Boot &. Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



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Bezzant Samuel, farmer 
Brown John, bishop 
Bullock A. farmer 
Bullock J. O. farmer 
Bush Wm. farmer 
Bush James, farmer 
Bush J. Jr. farmer 
Bush Henry, farmer 

Cable John, gardener 
Carlsen Neils, farmer 
Chapin Lyman, farmer 
Christensen W. cabinet maker 
Christensen C. laborer 
Christensen L. farmer 
Christensen C. farmer 
Christensen Jacob, farmer 
Christensen J. C. farmer 
Clark J. B. clerk 
Clark G. S. farmer 
Clark Mrs. S. widow 
Clinger James, farmer 
Cobbley Charles, farmer 
Cobbley James, farmer 
Cobbley Thomas, farmer 
Cobbley Robert, farmer 
Cornum J. C. farmer 
Croxford Wm, butcher 
Culmer A. E. carpenter and 

builder 
Cullimore James, farmer 

Dick George, miner 
Dickerson Joseph, farmer 
Dittmore Henry, farmer 
Downs Mark, laborer 
Driggs P. P. stockman 
Driggs S. F. wagon maker 
Driggs C. B. farmer 
Driggs B. W. merchant 

Eaton Joseph, farmer 
Eliason M. S. farmer 
Ellis Alexander, laborer 

Fenton Francis, laborer 



Foutz Jacob, lumberman 
Fowlke John, farmer 
Fowlke Fred, farmer 
Frampton William, farmer 
Fugle A. C. farmer 
Fugle Christian, tailor 

Garnet James, farmer 
Garnet W. H. farmer 
Gardiner William, farmer 
Gardiner J. H. laborer 
Gardiner J. W. farmer 
Garrard Jacob, farmer 
Gillman Mrs. A. widow 
Gleason A. H. farmer 
Gleason J. H. farmer 
Green Mrs. J. widow 
Greenhalgh Henry, farmer 

Halliday Joseph, farmer 
Halliday G. F. farmer 
Halliday George, farmer 
Hansen Jacob, farmer 
Hansen H. B. mason 
Hansen Andrew, blacksmith 
Hansen Chris, herder 
Harper A. W. farmer 
Harper C. B. farmer 
Harper B. merchant 
Harris Edward, farmer 
Harris John, farmer 
Harris C. R. teamster 
Harris G. H. B. teamster 
Harris G. H. A. school teacher 
Harvey Lewis, farmer 
Harvey Alfred, lumberman 
Hawley W J, farmer 
Hawley Ben, farmer 
Hawley C B, miner 
Hayes J P, shoemaker 
Hayes J J, gardener 
Hecker C W J, farmer 
Heiselt N C, farmer 
Hendrickson Peter, farmer 
Hendrickson John, farmer 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Piokard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Pleasant Grove. 



24* 



Herron O F, farmer 
Hodgkinson William laborer 
Holman A, farmer 
Holman Mrs R, widow 
Holman Mrs N, widow 
Holland Thomas, farmer 
Howe Thomas, farmer 
Hooper James, farmer 
Hybertsen Chris, farmer 

Jacobsen Lars, farmer 
Jacobsen L, farmer 
Jacobsen Andrew, farmer 
Jensen J C, laborer 
Jensen Andrew, editor 
Jensen C P, laborer 
Jensen Peter, farmer 
Jensen J C, shoemaker 
Jepsen C M, laborer 
Johnson, Peter, mason 
Johnson P A, sectionman 
Johnson J C, laborer 
Jorgensen Hans, farmer 

Keitch A E, farmer 

Larsen Peter, farmer 
Larsen N P, farmer 
Larsen T C, miner 
Larsen C P, laborer 
Larsen Christian, laborer 
Larsen W C, farmer 
Larsen Andrew, farmer 
Larsen N A. laborer 
Lawren Jacob, laborer 
Loader Robert, laborer 
Long John, blacksmith 
Lords Thomas, farmer 
Lords William, farmer 
Lund L P, farmer 
Madsen A P, farmer 
Marrott Wm. farmer 
Mayhew A S, farmer 
Mayhew W F, carpenter 
Mayhew Elijah, postmaster 



Mayhew O L. engineer 
Meredith Edward, farmer 
Michelsen Fred, farmer 

Neilsen Christian, farmer 
Neilsen N C, tailor 
Neilsen Jeppe, farmer 
Neilsen Christian, farmer 
Nelson Magnus, farmer 
Nerdin Thomas, farmer 
Newman J H, farmer 
Newman Henry, farmer 
Nichols Wm. farmer 
Nielsen John, farmer 
Nielsen Andrew, farmer 
Nielsen J C, tinner 
Nielsen Mads, farmer 
Nielsen Henry, carpenter 

Olpin Joseph, mason 
Olsen C, farmer 
Olsen J, farmer 

Parker Thomas 
Paulsen M P, mason 
Pearce John, miner 
Pearson Mrs A, widow 
Petersen N P, section man 
Petersen C P, farmer 
Petersen T P, farmer 
Petersen L C, farmer 
Petersen Rasmus, farmer 
Petersen John, farmer 
Petersen Mrs I, widow 
Phelps Charles, farmer 
Pickup Henry, farmer 

Radmall H B, farmer 
Radmall Saml, school teacher 
Ralpho William, farmer 
Rawlings John, farmer 
Richins F, laborer 
Richins John, farmer 
Richins Albert, laborer 
Richins Thomas, blacksmith 



The Leading Boot, Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 

30 



Sofe Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S. L, City 



242 



Utah Directory Pleasant Grove. 



Robins William, farmer 
Robison Lewis, farmer 
Robison L S, lumberman 

Sangreen Victor, farmer 
Sarensen C, farmer 
Sevier Samuel, farmer 
Shoell F, farmer 
Shoell Edwin, trader 
Swensen Henry, blacksmith 
Simonsen N J, farmer 
Simpson Richard, laborer 
Slaugh George, farmer 
Slaugh John, mason 
Smith Oliver, farmer 
Smith J W r farmer 
Smith D M, farmer 
Stagg Edward, farmer 
Stagg Walter, miner 
Stewart Wm, farmer 
Sterret Wm, farmer 
Street William, farmer 
Stream John, farmer 
Summers A, farmer 
Swensen Neils, farmer 
Swensen L J, carpenter 
Swensen K, fanner 



Thorn 
Thorn 
Thorn 
Thorn 
Thorn 
Thorn 
Thorn 



John, laborer 
Joseph, farmer 
Mrs E, widow 
Robert, farmer 
David, farmer 
James, laborer 
Fred, farmer 



Thorn George, farmer 
Thompson A C, farmer 
Thornton O E, farmer 
Thornton Oliver, farmer 
Tomlinson A, painter 
Torkelsen J, farmer 

Wadley William, farmer 
Wadley Joseph, farmer 
Walker Hensen, farmer 
Warburton Edward, laborer 
Warburton John, farmer 
Warnick C P, farmer 
Warnick A, farmer 
Ward Edwin, carpenter 
Ward Mrs E, widow 
Weeks Reuben, farmer 
West Hyrum, miner 
West D F, farmer 
West David, farmer 
West C H, farmer 
West W A, farmer 
Whitaker John, farmer 
White E, farmer 
White Hanmer teamster 
White S S, farmer 
Winters Hyrum, farmer 
Winters Oscar, farmer 
Wooley Thomas, farmer 
Wright John, farmer 
Wright Hyrum, farmer 

Young R M, physician 
Young J C, carpenter 



PLEASANT GROVE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Adamson David, flour mill 
Beers John, shoemaker 
Beers & Driggs, general mdse 
Christensen W, cabinet maker 
Croxford Wm, butcher 
Culmer A E, carpenter and 
builder 



Driggs S F, wagonmaker 
Foutz Jacob, lumber dealer 
Fugle C, tailor 
Hansen Andrew, blacksmith 
Harper B, general mdse 
Harvey Alfred, lumber dealer 
Hayes J P, bootmaker 



Barratt Bros., Furniture & House Goods, 8. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Santaquin. 243 



Long John, blacksmith Swensen Henry, blacksmith 

Mayhew E, notary public Tomlinson A, painter 

Neilsen N C, tailor West David, Justice of Peace 

Nielsen J C, tinner Young R M, physician 
Robison L S, lumber dealer 



SANTAQUIN 

Is situated in the extreme south of Utah County and has been 
the point whence supplies are sent to the adjacent mining district 
of Tintic, and having been for years within 4 miles of the Utah 
Southern terminus, has been the headquarters of forwarders. 
The completion of the railroad has carried this trade to a point 
further south, but Santaquin has ample resources in its farming 
and lumbering interests and will continue to grow. The popula- 
tion is about 600. 

SANTAQUIN DIRECTORY. 

Anderson P. N. brickmaker Carter Edward, teamster 

Anderson A. coppersmith Carlgreen C. A. jeweler 

Anderson A. E. shoemaker Chatwin Joseph, miner 

Anderson J. F. miner Chatwin Wm. school teacher 

Ahlin J. J. farmer Clark E. W. Jr. lumberman 

Ahlin L. farmer Clark E. W. farmer 

Ahlin John, lumberman Clark W. A. teamster 

Clements George, teamster 

Bacon Wi ham lumberman Clements James, teamster 
Barnett W. W. Just.ce of Peace C]ements ^^ teamster 

Bennett D V. carpenter Cush; R p kamster 

Bennett Edward, miner Cushjn | Samue , teamster 
Bergerson Andrew, farmer 

Bose John, farmer Dubois C. L. blacksmith 

Boyle W H teamster Eckland M shoemaker 

Buer Peter tailor Eckland A shoemaker 

Bu terfield Abel, farmer Ecker sley James, farmer 

Byland IE carpenter ^ f min ' er 

Peter, harness maker Ewdl R M lumberman 

Carter Robert teamster p Samuel laborr 
Carter W. A. teamster 

Carter Isaac, teamster Greenalch Wm. farmer 

Carter W. teamster Greenalch Joseph, teamster 

Geo. JJunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City. 



244 Utah Directory JJtah Southern R. R. Advet tisemcnt. 




TIME! 

TAKE EFFECT 



TO TAKE EFFECT JUNE 1O, 1879. 

The Company reserves the right to vary therefrom at pleasure. 

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NAME OP STATION. 



Trains leave 

Salt Lake 

Morgan 

Germania 

t.ovendahls 

Junction 

Arrive at 
Sandy 

Leaves 

Sandy 

Draper 

Lehi 

American F >rk. 
Pleasant Grove. 



Provo .. 

Springville 

Spanish Fork.... 

Payson 

Santaquin 

Mona 

Nephi 

Arrive at 
Chicken Creek... 



A. M. 



7 40 

7 55 

8 07 
8 44 

8 56 

9 08 

9 37 

9 53 

10 08 

10 32 

10 50 

11 26 
11 50 



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A. M.) 

7 30 

8 00 
8 10 
8 20 
8 35 

8 45 

9 50 

10 10 

11 20 
11 35 
11 50 



1 95 



P, M. 

12 4512 
1 10J2 

1 35)3 

2 15j3 

2 40J3 

3 40 4 
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NAME OF STATION. 



Trains leave 

Chicten Creek 

Nephi 

Mona 

Santaquin 

Payson 

Spanish Fork 



Springville 

Provo 

Pleasant Grove 

American Fork 

Lehi 

Draper 

Arrive at 
Sandy 

Leaves 

Sandy , 

Junction 

Lovendahls 

Germania 

Morgan 

Arrive at 
Salt Lake. .. 



5 40 



6 25 



11 15 
11 55 



75 
1 15 

1 75 

2 00 
2 50 



M. 

202 75 
453 00 
403 55 
55 3 70 
10 3 85 
204 50 



3 40 4 65 

4 45 

4 55J4 75 

5 10 4 90 
5 20 5 00 

5 3015 00 

6 Go's 50 



Noa. 1 and 2 will be Bun Daily. Nos. 3 and 4 will be Bna Daily, Sundays Eicepted. 

The Clock in the General Freight and Ticket Office, Salt 
Lake City, will be the standard time. 

Conductors and Engine Drivers will not exceed the time on 
this Schedule with their trains, and at all times use PROPER 
CAUTION in passing Bridges and heeding Signals of Danger. 
Passing points, Provo and Santaquin. 
JAMES SHARP, JOHN SHARP, 

Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent Gen'l Supt.i 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickart!, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Santaquin. 245 



Greenalch John, farmer 
Greenalch E. teamster 
Gunderson M. blacksmith 

Halliday George, bishop 
Heelis T. B. teamster 
Hendrickson A. carpenter 
Holladay J. M. teamster 
Holladay J. D. farmer 
Holladay J. D. Jr. carpenter 
Hudson W. A. teamster 

Jackson Henry, farmer 
Jackson Thomas, teamster 
Jacobson Neils, farmer 
Jarvis William, miner 
Jensen Neils, laborer 
Johnson C. teamster 
Johnson L. A. painter 
Johnson N. miner 
Johnson J. E. shoemaker 
Johnson J. farmer 
Jones Peter, shoemaker 
Jones Z. lumberman 

Kirk man T. J. miner 

Larsen Samuel, miner 
Larsen K. carpenter 
Lewis Andrew, herder 
Loader William, carpenter 
Lovegreen Andrew, teamster 
Low Isaac, laborer 
Lundholm A. G. farmer 
Lundholm A. farmer 
Lundholm J. E. farmer 
Lundholm A. miner 
Lundholm Jacob, miner 

Malmberg Otto, farmer 
Maxham Charles, miller 
Maxham Heber, teamster 
Mathews, Joseph, farmer 
Meiklejolm David, railroad 
boarding house and mdse. 

Nagler Robert, notary public 



Nelson N. carpenter 
Nelson Christian, carpenter 
Nisonger C. lumberman 

Olsen Andrew, farmer 
Olsen Charles, musician 
Olsen O. H. stone mason 
Olsen L. L. farmer 
Olsen G. farmer 
Olsen Ole, farmer 
Olsen Christian, stone mason 
Olsen J. A. stone mason 
Openshaw Levi, farmer 
Openshaw William, farmer 
Openshaw Roger, herder 
Openshaw Eli, supt Z. C. M. I. 

Peterson S. farmer, 
Peterson Lewis, farmer 
Peterson John, carpenter 
Peterson Peter tailor 

Riter E. L. forwarding agent 
Robertson Charles, teamster 

Samuelson Chas. photographer 
Sandberg William, blacksmith 
Savery Samuel, lumberman 
Smith W. W. farmer 
Smith Robert, farmer 
Smith I. B. teamster 
Stickney J. C. farmer 
Stones James, miner 
Stones John, miner 
Swenson Adam shoemaker 

Taylor E. L. constable 
Tempest J. H. ag't U. S. R. R. 
Tietgen A. farmer 
Tietgen Charles, farmer 
Tietgen T. teamster 

Vanausdal J. G. blacksmith 

Wall Frederick farmer 
Walworth Nathan, miner 
Walworth Andrew, miner 



Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City-Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallln & PSekard, S. L. Citr 



246 Utah Directory Spanish Ft rk. 



Wetterlin F. O. coppersmith Yargerson Peter, farmer 
Wheeler C. V. propr'. stages York Aaron, farmer 
Woltholme J. gardener 

SANTAQUIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Anderson P. N. brickmaker Riter E. L. forwarding agent 
Anderson A. coppersmith Samuelson Chas. photographer 

Anderson A. E. bootmaker Sandberg Wm. blacksmith 
Bacon William, lumber dealer Santaquin Co-op. Institution, 
Barnett W. W. Justice of Peace Eli Openshaw, supt 
Butler Peter, tailor Swenson A. shoemaker 

Blyxt Peter, harness maker Taylor E. L. constable 
Carlgreen C. A. jeweler W r etterlin F. O. coppersmith 

Dubois C. L. blacksmith Wheeler C. V. stage line prop'r 

Eckland A. boots and shoes 

Gunderson M. blacksmith 
Johnson L. A. painter 
Johnson J. E. bootmaker 
Jones Peter, bootmaker 
Maxham Charles, flour mill 
Meiklejohii David, general 

merchandise DAVID MEIKLEJOHN, Proprietor. 

Nagler Robert, notary public 

Peterson Peter, tailor A First Class Meal can be 

Railroad Hotel, D. Meikle 

John proprietor had at all hours. 



SPANISH FORK 

Is an incorporated city of 2,200 inhabitants, twelve miles south 
of Provo on the Spanish Fork river. It is one of the important 
towns of Utah County and is growing steadily in wealth and in- 
fluence. The situation of the city is extremely eligible and the 
capacity of the surrounding district is able to support a still 
larger population. The city has three good schools and two 
halls and supports a solid circle of active business men. Follow- 
ing is a list of the city officers : 

Mayor. G. D. Snell. 

Aldermen. John Moore, T. C. Martell. 

Councilors. R. P. Snell, G. G. Hales, William Jex. 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Rubber <fc Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin & PlekardN 



UtaJi Directory Spanish Fork. 



247 



Recorder. Samuel Cornaby. 

Assessor and Collector. John Robertson. 

Treasurer. William Robertson. 

Auditor. G. H. Brimhall. 

Marshal. J. W. Thomas. 

Captain of Police. H. Tuttle. 

Sexton. John Frost. 

SPANISH FORK DIRECTORY. 



Adamson Allen, machinist 
Ainge J. farmer 
Ainge George, farmer 
Ainge G. Jr. farmer 
Aitkin James, dairyman 
Anderson James, blacksmith 
Anerson S. farmer 
Angus John, miller 
Atkinson Joseph, farmer 
Atwood C. B. brickmaker 

Babcock Mrs. C. widow 
Babcock W. H. farmer 
Babcock John, peddler 
Babcock A. farmer 
Bankhead E. farmer 
Banks W. F. farmer 
Banks John, farmer 
Banks William, butcher 
Barney E. farmer 
Barney William, farmer 
Barney John, physician 
Barney J. Jr. farmer 
Beck J. E. farmer 
Beck J. F. farmer 
Beck A. R. M, farmer 
Bell George, farmer 
Bextrum J. N. farmer 
Bextrum Hogan, carpenter 
Bjearnsen Samuel, farmer 
Bjearnsen M. laborer 
Bjearnsen G. farmer 
Boak N. carpenter 
Bona William, plasterer 



Bowers Isaac, farmer 
Bowen G. F. farmer 
Bowen William, farmer 
Bowen David, blacksmith 
Boyack Joseph, farmer 
Boyack P. F. farmer 
Boyack Robert, farmer 
Boyack David, farmer 
Boyack Mrs. S. widow 
Boyack James, farmer 
Boyack James Jr. farmer 
Boyack J. A. farmer 
Bradford P. farmer 
Bradford S. farmer 
Brimhall G. H. school teacher 
Brimhall G. W. farmer 
Brockbank Mrs. I. widow 
Brockbank Samuel, farmer 
Brockbank Joseph, farmer 
Brockbank J. farmer 
Brown Schuyler, miller 
Brown Benton, miller 
Brown Charles, farmer 
Buchanan B. farmer 
Bunting J. S. farmer 
Butler Job. miner 
Butler Thomas, miner 
Butler Thomas teamster 
Butler K. T. farmer 
Butts G. I. carpenter 

Call Riley, teamster 
Chambers Geo. farmer 
Chappel Joseph, butcher 



Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros. S. L. Oil 



California Lass > SaJdle.* W;i!lln & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

248 Utah Directory Spanish Fork. 



Chisholm George, farmer 
Chisholm Wm. farmer 
Christiansen James, laborer 
Christiansen M. herder 
Christiansen Christian, farmer 
Chivrell Alma, shoemaker 
Christmas William, engineer 
Christmas L. farmer 
Clark A. tinner 
Coltrin Z. Sr. farmer 
Coltrin Z. Jr. farmer 
Cornaby Sam'l, shoemaker 
Cornaby S. Jr. farmer 
Craig Robert, farmer 
Creer M. school teacher 
Creer Edward, Jr. farmer 
Creer William, attorney-at-law 
Creer W. O. Supt. Z. C. M. I, 
Crump Daniel, laborer 

Dahla John, laborer 
Dahla Andrew, farmer 
Dahla Armand, farmer 
Darger W. H. tailor 
David M. farmer 
Davis Warren, farmer 
Davis W. H. laborer 
Davis C. E. fanner 
Davis Howell, peddlar 
Davis Mrs. D. widow 
Davis J, T. farmer 
Davis T. J. carpenter 
Davis D. T. miner 
Davis W. R. laborer 
Davis J. G. farmer 
Davis Ephraim, farmer 
Davis A. C. farmer 
Davis P. H. miner 
Dedricksen T. laborer 
Dimick E. laborer 
Dimick T. J. stockdealer 
Dudley A. farmer 
Dudley Joseph, laborer 

Eakes D. T. shoemaker 



Edwards S. miner 
Eldridge G. W. carpenter 
Evans T. D. merchant 
Evans David, farmer 
Evans William, laborer 
Evans J. E. farmer 
Evensen R. farmer 
Evensen E. farmer 
Farr Franklin, farmer 
Ferguson William, farmer 
Ferguson E. B. K. farmer 
Ferguson Andrew, farmer 
Finch Joseph, bricklayer 
Freshwater George, laborer 
Frost John, laborer 

Gardner Henry, laborer 
Gardner Walter, farmer 
Gardner Neil, miller 
Gardner E. H. gardener 
Gardner J. farmer 
Gay J. F. carpenter 
Gay M. B. farmer 
Gay J. D. farmer 
Gay J. laborer 
Gay W. H. farmer 
Gay Aaron, farmer 
Gibbs Wm. joiner 
Green Wm. laborer 
Grudegud Carl, laborer 

Hales C. H. mason 
Hales G. G. lumberman 
Hales J. L. farmer 
Hales J. T. laborer 
Hansen C. O. farmer 
Hansen Harry, laborer 
Hansen F. farmer 
Hansen James, farmer 
Hansen F. G. plasterer 
Hatch Hyrum, laborer 
Hayes John, laborer 
Hayes J. Jr. laborer 
Hicks G. B. farmer 
Higginson J. G. school teacher 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



Mobby Riding Saddles and Bridles, Wall! n & Plckard,S. L. CUy. 



Utah Directory Spanish Fork. 



249 



Hill James, laborer 
Hitchens Thomas, musician 
Houghton John, farmer 
Hodgeson A. laborer 
Holm Thomas, fisherman 
Holm Andrew, laborer 
Holm Annes, laborer 
Holmes Robert, laborer 
Holt John, farmer 
HoltJ. P. farmer 
Holt William, farmer 
Holt Samuel, farmer 
Hopla John, farmer 
Hughs Morgan, farmer 
Hutchings C. L. farmer 
Hutchings S. P. farmer 
Humble Henry, blacksmith 

Isaacs Benjamin, mason 

Jacob C. laborer 

James H. miner 

James R. miner 

Jarvis George, laborer 

Jensen H. P. laborer 

Jensen J. P. farmer 

Jensen L. P. laborer 

Jensen P. M. farmer 

Jensen C. blacksmith 

Jepsen N. J. laborer 

Jex William, farmer 

Johnson A. W. farmer 

Johnson John, farmer 

Jones L. farmer 

Jones W. R. post master &c 

Jones W. B. farmer 

Jones J. P. tailor 

Jones David, farmer 

Jones L. W. shoemaker 

Jones Isaac, farmer 

Jones W. N. farmer 

Jones J. D. miner 

Jones John, farmer 

Kinder John, section foreman 



King Daniel, farmer 
Koyle Mrs. L. widow 

Larson E. farmer 
Larsen L. laborer 
Larsen M. farmer 
Lawrence A. T. miller 
Lewis E. farmer 
Lewis J. W. miner 
Lewis J. S. herder 
Lewis William, farmer 
Lewis J. A. mason 
Lewis F. farmer 
Llewelyn D. M. miner 
Lloyd Wm. farmer 
Lloyd Thomas, farmer 
Loosee John, farmer 
Loosee L H, farmer 

Madson N. P. shoemaker 
Malcolm David, farmer 
Markham S. farmer 
Markham W. D. farmer 
Markham O. farmer 
Marcusen Carl, carpenter 
Martell T. C. farmer 
Matley Thomas, farmer 
Mayer George farmer 
McConigal Henry, druggist 
McKee Wm. farmer 
McKell Robert, blacksmith 
McKell, R. Jr. farmer 
Meed O. F. shoemaker 
Meesham Job. lumberman 
Meesham Thomas, farmer 
Michaelsen James, fisherman 
Miller James, merchant 
Money Richard, turner 
Monk, Charles, apiarist 
Monk C. A. herder 
Moore John, clerk 
Moore H. shoemaker 
Morgan J. D. farmer 
Morgan J. E. blacksmith 
Morgan David, farmer 



Chairs, Bedsteads. Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros, 
31 



Saddfery&Saddrery-Hardware,JohbedbyWanm &. PFckard S.L.City 



250 



Utah Directory Spanish Fork. 



Morgan O. farmer 
Morrison John, wagonmakcr 
Murray Richard, farmer 
Murray J. farmer 
Murray John, carpenter 
Murray J. Jr, carpenter 



Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 
Neilson 



A. laborer 
A. P. painter 
tL teamster 
Peter, farmer 
R. saddler 
James, farmer 

A. E. farmer 

B. teamster 
E. laborer 
Lars', laborer 



Olsen Hans, freighter 
Otterson Hans, farmer 

Pace A. J. farmer 
Pace P. P. farmer 
Pace W. F. herder 
Packett Charles, cooper 
Patterson Joseph, carpenter 
Patterson Samuel, farmer 
Peterson Henry, laborer 
Peterson Mrs. M. widow 
Petersen Peter, laborer 
Petersen S, cabinet maker 
Petersen Lars, laborer 
Powell James, farmer 
Powell Lewis, miner 
Powell R. A. farmer 
Powelsen Peter, teamster 
Pryor George, miner 
Pryor Andrew, miner 

Rees Andrew, miner 
Reese Isaac, laborer 
Reese J. A. gardener 
Rightrop Hans, teamster 
Riley T. K. laborer 
Roach William, farmer 



Robertson C. O. farmer 
Robertson J. VV. blacksmith 
Robertson John, farmer 
Robertson William, clerk 
Robertson James, farmer 
Rockhill John, merchant 
Rose John, laborer 
Rowe John, shoemaker 

Shimmon R. miller 
Simmons V. farmer 
Simmons L. farmer 
Simmons J. laborer 
Simmons M. farmer 
Simmons Levi, farmer 
Sinnett G, farmer 
Sorenson Canute, plasterer 
Snell G. D. bishop 
Snell R. P. farmer 
Snell J. W. farmer 
Stark S'. P. gardener 
Stewart E. farmer 
Stewart W. J. farmer 
Stirling Hyrum, farmer 
Stoker S. farmer 
Stoker Wm. farmer 
Stoker W. A. farmer 
Swensen A. farmer 
Sykes Phillip, laborer 

Thomas L. farmer 
Thomas E. P. farmer 
Thomas J. S. farmer 
Thomas David, miner 
Thomas J. O. farmer 
Thomas William, farmer 
Thomas John, farmer 
Thomas J. W. farmer 
Thomas J. M. herder 
Thomas R. J. engineer 
Thomas W. J. farmer 
Thompson S. farmer 
Thompson A. farmer 
Thompson John, farmer 



Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dunford's. 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City 



Ufak Directory Spanish Fork. 



Thompson George, farmer 
Tilley Henry, farmer 
Timmins R. farmer 
Tippets J. H. farmer 
Tonar Diniel, faraier 
Tuttle H. farmer 

Valgersen Peter, laborer 
Vincent James, farmer 

Walman C. tinner 
Warner VV. farmer 
Warner James, laborer 



251 



Warren W. J. merchant 
Warren Charles, farmer 
West Z, farmer 
Wilkins G. W. farmer 
Williams B. E. fanner 
Williams John, farmer 
Williams David, miner 
Wilson E. R. farmer 
Wilson E. A. school teacher 
Wood W. farmer 
Wylie N. P. farmer 

Youd Mrs. T. widow 




SPANISH FORK CITY 

DEALERS IN- 



UTAH 



Farming Implements, Furniture, 

FLOUR & GRIM, LUMBER, LATH & SHINGLES, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

HARNESS, BOOTS & SHOES. 



AGENTS FOR THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED 



A GOOD FLOURING MILL IN CONNECTION WITH THE BUSINESS. 

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SPANISH FORK BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Adamson Allen, machinist 
Anderson James, blacksmith 
Angus John, flour mill 
Atwood C. B. brickmakcr 
Banks William, butcher 
Barney John, physician 
Bowen David, blacksmith 
Brown Benton, flour mill 
Chappel Joseph, butcher 
Chivrell Alma, bootmaker 
Clark A. tinner 
Cornaby Samuel, shoemaker 
Creer William r attorney-at-la\v 
Darger W. H. tailor 
Dimick T. J. stock dealer 
Evans T. D. general mdse. 
Gardner Neils, flour mill 
Hales G. G. constable 
Humble Henry, blacksmith 
Jones W. R. musical mdse. 
Jones J. P. tailor 
Jones L. W. shoemaker 



Lawrence A. T. flour mill 
Madsen N. P. bootmaker 
McConigal H. druggist 
McKell R. blacksmith 
Miller James, general mdse 
Money Richard, wood turner 
Monk 'Charles, notary public 
Moore John, Justice of Peace 
Moore H. shoemaker 
Morgan J. E. blacksmith 
Morrison J. wagonmaker 
Neilson A. P. painter 
Neilson R. harness, saddlery 
Packett Charles, cooper 
Rockhill, John, general mdse. 
Rowe John, shoemaker 
Shimmon R. flour mill 
Spanish Fork Co-operat- 
ive Institution, W. O. 
Creer, superintendent 
Watman C. tinner 
Warren W. J. general mdse 



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SPRING LAKE VILLA 

Is a very small settlement of not more than 2OO people, and is 
situated midway between Payson and Santaquin on the U. S. R. 
R. J. F. Johnson has a general store at this plac^, and Mr. 
Samuel Openshaw is Justice of the Peace. 

SPRING LAKE VILLA DIRECTORY. 

Babbitt A. W. farmer Johnson B. F. Jr. farmer 

Babbitt D. C. farmer Johnson J. E. farmer 
Birks William, laborer 

Birks J. T. peddlar Le Baron D. C. trader . 

Broadbent Thomas, farmer Le Baron D - *; hun 1 ter 

Butler John, shoemaker Le Baron Wllliam h ^ nter 

Butler H. herder Le Baron Davld > J n farmcr 

Butler James, farmer Morrill John, teamster 

Cushing William, teamster Openshaw S. Justice of Peace 

De Gras E. farmer p ar k s William, teamster 

Hazel Harry, farmer Perr y Samuel, farmer 

Johnson D. A. farmer Spainhour William farmer 

Johnson J. D. farmer Spainhour John, carpenter 

Johnson J. F. merchant Spooner J. D. lumberman 

Johnson B. F. bishop Wilson G. W. carpenter 

Johnson Farland. sawyer Wilson S. laborer 
Johnson B. J. gardener 



SPRINGVILLE 

Is an incorporated city six miles south of Provo. With a pop- 
ulation of 2,500 and numerous mercantile and manufacturing in- 
terests, it is one of the most important cities in Utah county. It 
is the valley terminus of the Utah and Pleasant Valley railroad, 
a narrow guage line that will shortly be completed to the coal 
mines of Pleasant Valley. The company that is building the 
road contemplates carrying on a permanent business of mining 
and selling coal, and the traffic of these supplies will render 
Springville an important aid as a point of transfer from the nar- 
row to the broad guages in their transit to Utah and Salt Lake 

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counties. The principal pursuit of the settlers now is farming, 
the land adjoining the city on the benches and towards the lake 
being admirably suited to the raising of grain, fruit and vegetables. 
Springville has five schools, well attended, and several public 
halls or meeting houses, Following are the names of the muni- 
cipal organization: 

Mayor. L. S. Wood. 
Aldermen. J. W. Bissell, J. S. Boyer. 

Councilors. William Bringhurst, Abram Noe, W. D. Johnson- 
Recorder. F. C. Boyer. 
Assessor and Collector. A. L. Raymond. 
Treasurer. J. W. Bissell. 
Auditor. F. C. Boyer. 
Marshal. William Clyde. 
Sexton. John Clements. 

SPRINGVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Alexander H. M. carpenter 
Alexander James, laborer 
Allen C. E. laborer 
Allen Joseph, blacksmith 
Allsworth Samuel, shoemaker 
Alleman William, farmer 
Alleman B. farmer 
Alleman J. H. stock raiser 
Alleman D. stock raiser 
Alleman J. Jr. farmer 
Alleman John, farmer 
Armstrong John, farmer 
A very C. E. farmer 
A very Thomas, farmer 
Averett J. farmer 
Averett J. H. farmer 
Averett J. F. farmer 
Bartlett Wm. laborer 
Barton N. H. painter 
Barlow Henry, laborer 
Bartlett Henry, painter 
Bates Mrs. M. widow 
Bates Lorenzo, freighter 



Bates Joseph, freighter 
Beardall F. farmer 
Berry C. A. farmer 
Binks John, laborer 
Bird R. L. freighter 
Bird Richard, farmer 
Bird V. D. freighter 
Bird Charles, freightef 
Bird W T alter, farmer 
Bird M. W. freighter 
Bissell J. W. c U pt. Z C M 1 
Blanchard A. M. book agent 
Blanchard E. E. laborer 
Blanchard Aseph, farmer 
Blanchard B. T. farmer 
Blackett J. W. laborer 
Blackett R. Jr. laborer 
Blackett J. F. laborer 
Bohua J. S. laborer 
Bowlden James, laborer 
Boyer Phillip, farmer 
Boyer F. C. clerk 
Boyer J. S. farmer 



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Boyer Mrs. C. widow 
Bramhall Samuel, farmer 
Bramhall Wm. farmer 
Bringhurst J. W. farmer 
Bringhurst Wm. bishop 
Brinton E. P. carpenter 
Brown Mrs. H. widow 
Brown Thomas, laborer 
Brown E. R. shoemaker 
Bromley W. M. blacksmith 
Bryan Thomas, laborer 
Bryan John, laborer 
Bulkley S. laborer 
Bulkley Newman, laborer 
Burt Thomas, farmer 
Burch George, farmer 

Caffrey James, freighter 
Carter F. carpenter 
Carter Samuel, wagon maker 
Carter J. H. carpenter 
Carter W. H. blacksmith 
Chase Charles, laborer 
Chase S. Jr. mill man 
Chase Solomon, carpenter 
Chase John, carpenter 
Chadwick J. M. laborer 
Chadwick A. laborer 
Charington Joseph, laborer 
Child Willard, farmer 
Child Edward, mason 
Child Thomas, farmer 
Childs A. O. farmer 
Childs Moses, farmer 
Childs A. P. farmer 
Childs M. D. farmer 
Clark S. E, farmer 
Clark E. Z. farmer 
Clark Davis, farmer 
Clark G. W. carpenter 
Clark H. W. farmer 
Clark E. farmer 
Clark E. A. freighter 
Clegg Wm. laborer 



Clegg I. E. farmer 
Clements J. M. sexton 
Cloward D. H. laborer 
Clucas Henry, farmer 
Clyde J. H. farmer 
Clyde William, farmer 
Cook J. W. miner 
Coffman M. farmer 
Collins Richard, stockraiscr 
Conover John, laborer 
Coyle Edward, laborer 
Cranmer Wm, farmer 
Crandal L. D. freighter 
Crandal D. L. clerk 
Crandal N, freighter 
Crandal N. D. freighter 
Crandal M. E. farmer 
Crandal M, P. farmer 
Crandal S. W. farmer 
Crandal F. A. miner 
Curtis Levi, laborer 
Curtis E. S. farmer 
Curtis S. P. farmer 
Curtis U. E. fanner 
Curtis Henry, laborer 
Cutler L. laborer 

Daley M. J. carpenter 
Daley J. carpenter 
Daley Charles, freighter 
Daley S. carpenter 
Dalton J. M. freighter 
Dallen Thomas, miner 
Dallen T. laborer 
Dallen John, brewer 
Dalton E. freighter 
Dalton S. C. farmer 
Deal J. W. farmer 
Deal E. freighter 
Deal J. W. Jr. laborer 
Deal R. A. laborer 
Devenish Henry, farmer 
Diamond James, farmer 
Dibble David, miner 



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Dibble Philo, showman 
Dougal H. M. farmer 
Douglas Mrs. widow 
Durfee J. farmer 

Ellison C. carpenter 
Evans C. D. school teacher 
Evans George, stone cutter 

Faulkner John, gardener 
Einley A. W. laborer 
Friel Edward, farmer 
Fullmer J. S. farmer 
Fullmer J. C. farmer 
Fullmer W. P. farmer 
Fuller M. farmer 
Fuller Joseph, farmer 
Fuller Sanford, laborer 

Gabbitas George, laborer 
Gallop James, brick maker 
Gallop Wm. farmer 
Gallop L. W. brick maker 
Gardner J. farmer 
Giles George, farmer 
Giles Wm. farmer 
Grange Joseph, laborer 
Grange Samuel, shoemaker 
Groesbeck S. farmer 
Groesbeck J. A. miner 
Groesbeck N. H. merchant 
Groesbeck N. O. miner 
Grundy Mrs. H. widow 

Hall L. J. farmer 
Hall G. W. farmer 
Hall Edward, farmer 
Hall W. I. laborer 
Hall J. E. laborer 
Hall Mrs. S. J. widow 
Hall J. S. laborer 
Hall E. J. capitalist 
Hansen H. painter 
Harrison George, trader 
Harrison William, gardener 
Harrington J. C. farmer 



Harmer Joseph, farmer 
Harmer A. W. trader 
Harmer L. farmer 
Harward William, farmer 
Harward Thomas, farmer 
Harward W. H. farmer 
Hatfield John, farmer 
Haymond T. M. freighter 
Raymond A. L. freighter 
Haymond E. O. Jr. clerk 
Haymond E. O. gardener 
Herbert Thomas, laborer 
Holley James, farmer 
Horton George, laborer 
Houtz W. mill man 
Houtz W. C. farmer 
Houtz Jacob, miller 
Houtz J. Jr. farmer 
Houtz Phillip, farmer 
Houtz F. M. miller 
Huntington H. F. farmer 
Huntington D. C. laborer 
Huntington W. C. laborer 
Huntington O. B. Jr. farmer 
Huntington O. B. gardener 
Huntington W. D. postmaster 
Hutchinson R. A. laborer 
Hutchings S. P. farmer 

John Mrs. M. widow 
Johnson Mrs. H. widow 
Johnson W. L. farmer 
Johnson Mrs. M. A. widow 
Johnson W. D. carpenter 
Johnson J. C. attorney-at-law 
Johnson R. L. laborer 
Johnson W. K. farmer 
Johnson Mrs. C. widow 

Kelsey W. H. farmer 
Kelly Joseph, farmer 
Kendal L. N. laborer 
Kerswell Wm. farmer 
Kirkman R. laborer 
Kirkman Mrs. M. widow 



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Larsen Andrew, carpenter 
Lee Edwin, street supervisor 
Lowe Richard, farmer 
Loynd Richard, gardener 
Loynd Joseph, farmer 

Malmstrom K farmer 
Marchbanks J. E. laborer 
Marchbanks James, laborer 
Mason G. A. farmer 
Mason John, farmer 
Mason George, butcher 
Matson G. B. Jr. laborer 
Matson G. B. farmer 
Maycock George, freighter 
May cock John, farmer 
McCurdy Jacob, miner 
McKenzie George, freighter 
Mendenhall Wm. farmer 
Mendenhall T. H. freighter 
Mendenhall John, freighter 
Mendenhall R. L. farmer 
Mendenhall T. L. freighter 
Meneray W. H. miner 
Miller J. A. cabinet maker 
Miner M. farmer 
Miner D. C. farmer 
Mower O. farmer 
Mower Mrs. L. widow 

Nelson Henry, farmer 
Nelson George, carpenter 
Nelson John, laborer 
Noakes J. H. farmer 
Nobles J. B. laborer 
Noe A. silversmith 

Oakley James, stock raiser 
Ostler S Jr, laborer 
Ostler Samuel, farmer 

Packard Noah, farmer 
Packard Nephi, merchant 
Packard Milan, merchant 
Packard R, farmer 



Packard James, farmer 
Packard Henry, miner 
Parry John, engineer 
Parry Thomas, blacksmith 
Pennington Henry, farmer 
Pennington Edward, farmer 
Perry S C, farmer 
Perry Lewis, farmer 
Peterson John, laborer 
Peterson M, farmer 
Phillips J, blacksmith 
Poague G E, bookkeeper 

Reynolds J D, tailor 
Richmond B B, laborer 
Robertson A, farmer 
Robinson J G, farmer 
Robinson Thomas, farmer 
Roundy L H, farmer 
Rowland S, laborer 
Rowland George, laborer 
Roylance W J, tanner 
Roylance Alma, herder 
Roylance William, herder 
Roylance Henry farmer 
Roylance Thomas, freighter 
Roylance John, farmer 

Sanford C N, laborer 
Sanford C, farmer 
Sanford Mrs S, widow 
Sawyer Thomas, mason 
Scoville L N, broommaker 
Scoville H O, laborer 
Smith P A, miner 
Smith W R, miner 
Smith Wm, farmer 
Snelson Thomas, laborer 
Snelson Mrs M, widow 
Sutherland Thomas, gardener 
Spafford A, farmer 
Spafford E, freighter 
Staten Albert, tanner 
Starr Orsen, laborer 



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Stewart Uel, stockraiser 
Stewart W J, merchant 
Stephenson James, tailor 
Storrs George, miller 
Streeper Mrs M, widow 
Straw James, mill man 
Strong O, farmer 
Streeper J W, farmer 
Sumsion Wm, farmer 
Sumsion George, farmer 
Sumsion Daniel, farmer 

Tame Thomas, harness maker 
Taylor A, farmer 
Taylor H, laborer 
Tew Thomas Jr, mason 
Tew Thomas, gardener 
Tew S, laborer 
Thorn A, freighter 
Thorn R, farmer 
Thorn R Jr, laborer 
Tuckett John, farmer 
Tuckett Joseph, trader 

Van Leuvan Calvin, farmer 

Van Leuvan D, farmer 

Van Leuvan Cornelius, farmer 

Waite F, musician 
Waite Joseph, laborer 
Wallworth William, laborer 
Wardsworth William, farmer 
Warthan W, laborer 
Warthan Mrs L, widow 
Warthan B, laborer 



Warthan A B, laborer 
Warren A, farmer 
Warren A B, laborer 
Waterman William, laborer 
Walters John, farmer 
Watson R Jr, laborer 
Watson Robert, carpenter 
Watts Edwin, gardener 
Wheeler Walter, mason 
Wheeler S, laborer 
Wheeler B, laborer 
Wheeler David, mason 
Wheeler Mrs M A, widow 
Whitney L J, farmer 
Whitehead J Jr, manufacturer 
Whitmore F P, stock raiser 
White George, laborer 
Whiting E L, farmer 
Whiting William, laborer 
Whiting E L, freighter 
Whiting E, farmer 
Whiting A M, farmer 
Whiting Edwin L, farmer 
Whiting O, laborer 
Wild A B, farmer 
Wilson John, farmer 
Williams C H, mill man 
Williamson J, laborer 
Wing Mrs S A, widow 
Wing Joseph, physician 
Wiscombe W F, miner 
Wood L G, clerk 
Wood L S furniture dealer 
Wood G D, farmer 



SPRINGVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Allen Joseph, blacksmith 
Allsworth Samuel, bootmaker 
Barton N. H. paintshop 
Blanchard A. M. book agent 
Boyer J. S. Justice of Peace 
Boyer P. H. constable 
Brown E. R. boots and shoes 



Carter W. H. wagon maker 
Crandall L. S. notary public 
Chase S. Jr. flour mill 
Clements J. M. sexton 
Dallen John, brewer 
Gallop James, brickmaker 
Gallop L. W. brickmaker 



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Grange Samuel, shoemaker Tame Thomas, harness maker 

Groesbeck N. H. gen'l mdse Whitehead J. Jr. wagon maker 

Hansen H. painter Wing Joseph, physician 

Houtz Jacob, flour mill Wood L. S. furniture dealer 

Johnson J. C. attorney-at-law . _ _ J 
Mason George, butcher 

Noe A. silversmith CARTKR BROS, 

Packard Bros, general mdse 

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Phillips J. blacksmith 

Reynolds J. D. tailor Springville, - Utah. 

Roylance W. J. tanner 

Scoville L. N. bootmaker WAGON AND CARRIAGE MAKING 

Staten Albert, tanner Q 

Stewart W. J. general mdse. 

Straw James, flour mill OKE"S7"E Is/CIE ^- n A T .-r . 

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WEBER COUNTY. 

This is one of the most important counties of the territory and 
has so promising a future before it that some expect it to become 
the foremost of Utah in population and wealth. Weber County 
was first settled in 1850, and the county seat, Ogden, was incor- 
porated in the following year. It is bounded on the North by 
Box Elder and Cache Counties, on the East by Rich, on the 
South by Davis and Morgan Counties, and on the West by the 
shore of the Great Salt Lake. It contains an area of 600 square 
miles and has a population variously estimated from 15,000 to 
17,000. No county in the territory has had so rapid a growth in 
the last ten years as Weber. In 1868 the property valuation was 
$503,824; in 1878 it was $2,143,543, an increase of more than 
four to one. The principal cause of this prosperity was the com- 
pletion of the transcontinental railroads in 1869, and their junc- 
tion at Ogden. The county now contains more miles of railroads 
than any other in Utah, and it is the cos>t of these that has increased 
the property valuation so rapidly. It also possesses fine agricul- 
tural facilities in its vast stretches of arable and pasture lands, which 
are open to cultivation and are amply supplied with water tor 
irrigating purposes. Among her resources are an abundance of 
fine timber, som* iron mines which will one day be in activj 
development, and the Ogden and Weber rivers that furnish ab- 
undant water power for milling and manufacturing interests. 
Weber county contains a number of towns besides Ogden, most 
of them, however, being scattered farming villages. The more 
important are North Ogden, Hooper, Alma, Harrisville, Hunts- 
ville, Plain City, Slaterville and Uintah. Much of the area of the 
county is mountainous in the extreme, embodying scenery that 
is romantic and sublime. Amid the snowy peaks are charming 
valleys, some of them containing settlements, while all furnish 
good pasture for numerous flocks and herds. 

The government of the County is vested in the County Court, 
composed of the Probate Judge, who is ex officio the presiding 
officer, and three selectmen who hold office for three years, one 



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being chosen every year. Regular terms begin on the first Mon- 
day in each season of the year. The Judiciary Power is con- 
tained in the Probate Court, presided over by the Probate Judge 
who is elected biennially and holds his office for two years. This- 
Court is always open. The Clerk of the Court is appointed by 
the Judge r and is ex officio County Clerk. Elections are held bi- 
ennially, on the the first Monday in August, in t each even num- 
bered year. 

Following is a list of County officers : 

Probate Judge. F. D. Richards. 

Selectmen. L. J. Herrick, (Ogden,) F. A. Hammond, (Hunts- 

ville,) P. G. Taylor, (Harrisville). 
Recorder. Joseph Sandford. 
Assessor. Sandford Bingham. 
Collector. Gilbert Belnap. 
Treasurer. Robert McQuarrie. 
Attorney. F. S. Richards. 
Clerk. L. M. Richards. 

Sheriff. William Brown. 

Coroner. Joseph Parry. 

County Road Commissioner. M. B. Child. 



PRECINCT OFFICERS. 



Precinct. 

Ogden. * 

North Ogden. 

Plain City. 

Huntsville. 

Harrisville. 

Eden. 

Uintah. 

Weston. 

Lynne. 

Slaterville. 

Riverdale. 

Hooper. 

Wilson. 

Marriott. 



Justice of the Peace. 

C F. Middleton. 
N. Montgomery. 
John Speirs. 
W. W. Bronson. 
Robert Wilson. 
L. A. Pritchett. 
George L. Corey. 
Hans D. Petterson. 
F. A. Miller. 
Henry Bowns. 
Richard Dye. 
Emery W. Soule. 
William Wilson. 
Thomas Salisbury. 



Constable 



Alma Keyes. 
Andrew Rose. 
William L. Stewart. 
Erastus P. Bingham. 
William F. Owen. 
Josiah L. Ferrin 
Warren W. Corey. 
Thomas Etherington. 
Peter L. Sherner. 
George Payne. 
John Bybee. 
Gilbert R. Belnap. 
Thomas J. Wilson. 
Helon H. Tracy. 



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264 Utah Directory Ogden. 

OGDEN. 

Ogden, the county seat of Weber, ranks in importance the sec- 
ond city in the territory. It is admirably situated near the western 
base of th^ Wasatch range, at the junction of the Ogden and Weber 
rivers which furnish more water power than the city will ever 
use. It was incorporated February 6, 185 1, and has grown stead- 
ily until the population is now about 6,500. Ogden has inherent 
the elements of prosperity, being the centre of a productive agri- 
cultural region, containing first class manufacturing facilities and 
being wisely and economically governed. To these facilities were 
added, in 1869, the passage through the city of the overland rail- 
roads and then its prosperity was assured. It became apparent 
that Ogden, the first city of importance on the line after passing 
the broad mountain ranges, was the point of railroad polarization 
and it was not two years before the Utah Central Railroad was 
running to the South and the Utah Northern to the North. Og- 
den, thus fixed at the crossroads, received all the benefits that 
come from the building of stations, and the employment of a 
large force of men for the transferring of freights that are here 
distributed to the East, West, North and South. In the adjacent 
mountains has been organized the Weber Mining District which 
contains about forty locations on lodes of gold, Aroer, argentif- 
erous galena and iron. Of these the most pflBsing are the 
latter concerning which, experts have said: "There is enough 
first-class iron ore in sight around Ogden to keep oe hundred 
blast furnaces in constant blast, night and day, for a hundred 
years." For the utilization of these deposits, the Ogden Iron 
Manufacturing Company expended in 1873, the sum of $120,000 
on the erection of blast furnaces and buildings. These are now 
the property of the Equitable Iron and Coal Company of Ogden^ 
but are not yet being actively operated. The development of this 
iron deposit would be an additional source of prosperity to the 
city and would have its effect on the entire territory. Within 
four miles of the town are also large quarries of sandstone, free 
stone and slate that enable the citizens to add to the architecture 
of Ogden at no great cost. The natural beauties of the surround- 
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ing scenery are varied and of interest to the exploring tourist. 
Taylor's and Waterfall Canyons are within a few minutes walk ? 
and only a mile or two away is the entrance to Ogden Canyon 
with its roaring waters and magnificent cascades. The scenery 
at this point is picturesque and grand, the mountains crowned 
with snow that contrasts clear and dazzling against the deep blue 
of distant hollows. 

Ogden has a number of good business blocks and public build- 
ings, prominent among which are the tabernacle, capable of seat- 
in 2,000 people; the Episcopal church, a handsome and cosy 
building of solid sandstone; and the City Hall, a brick building 
of two stories and basement, erected at a cost of $35,000. The 
Catholics, Methodists and Episcopalians also have their places of 
worship. In the city are nine good schools, some of which are 
graded, and all well attended with satisfactory results. The press of 
the city consists of fat Junction, daily and semi-weekly, established 
January I, 1870, and now published by Richard Ballantyne, with 
S. A. Kenner, editor; the Freeman, semi-weekly, edited and pub- 
lished by Mr. and Mrs. Legh R. Freeman; the Evening Dispatch^ 
by the Dispatch Company; and the Times, the "Organ of Amuse- 
ments," by Theo. A. femith. Life and activity characterize these 
publications, a^i they are one of the principal means by which 
Ogden is krfl(R and appreciated by its neighbors. The business 
men of the "Junction City" are sufficiently enterprising to be 
ready, whpi opportunity offers, to engage in any legitimate pur- 
suit that promises a reasonable return. As a result, there are in 
operation a number of mills and manufactories which include 
flouring, woolen and planing mills; sash and door, soda 
water, broom, vinegar and other factories; tanneries, breweries, 
and machine shops. There are also some good hotels; those at 
the railroad depot, the Keeney House, kept by Keeney and Zieg- 
ler, and the Union Depot Hotel, by M. H. Beardsley, being both 
first-class houses. 

The city is divided into four municipal wards, each of which is 
represented in the Common Council by an alderman chosen from 
the ward by the electors of the city at large, which latter also 

F urniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros. S. L. City 

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California Lasso Saddles Wallin & PIckard, Salt Lake City- 

266 Utah Directory Ogden. 

choose at the same time a complete list of city officials, being at 
present as follows : 

CITY OFFICERS, 

Mayor, Lester J, Herrick. 
Alderman rst Ward. David M. Stuart. 
2d Ward. C. F. Middleton. 
3d Ward, Joseph Stanford. 
4th Ward. William B. Hutching*. 
Councilors. Edwin Stratford, Robert S. Watson, Robert Mc- 

Quarrie, Israel Canfield, Wilfiam W. Burton, 
Marshal. William Brown. 
Recorder. James Taylor. 
Assessor and Collector. Thomas D. Dee, 
Treasurer. Aaron F. Farr. 
Surveyor. David Jenkins. 
Sexton. Israel Canfield, 
Quarantine Physician. Dr. J. X. Allen. 
Inspector of Buildings. Alma Keyes. 
Captain of Police. W. Brown. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures. D. E. Browning. 
Chief of Fire Department. Alma Keyes. 
Inspector of Provisions. D, E. Browning. 
Street Supervisor. Charles Welch, 
Watermaster. Thomas Doxey. 
Medical Board of Examination. J. D. Carnahan, J. X. Alien- 

W. L. Mclntyre. 



OGDEN DIRECTORY. 
A 

Abbott C. D. nurseryman, 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Abbott A, carpenter, Pearl bet 2nd and 3rd 

Adams Frank, barber, res 5th street 

Adams L. B. commission merchant, res Franklin bet 4th & 5th 

Aldrich F. J. operator W U Tel Co, Keeney House 

Alexander Daniel, stationer, 4th bet Main and Young 

Alexander D. insurance agent, res ist bet Main and Young 

Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORI), Salt Lake 



Ruing Saddles and Bridles, Wall! a & Plekard,S. L. City, 

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Allen A. car inspector U P, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 

Allen James, merchant, Main bet 4th and 5th 

.Allen Albert, Franklin, bet 5th and 6th 

Allen Dr. j. X. physician, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Allison W. M. operator W U Tel Co, Keeney House 

Anderson B. watchman U P, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 

Anderson Dr. P. L. 3rd bet Main and Young 

Anderson A. O. painter, res Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Andre A. A. clerk, 6th Franklin and Wall 

Andre A. A. expressman, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Anson Perry, cook, Keeney House 

Ashby Thomas, shoemaker, Spring bet 2nd and 3rd 

Austin John, laborer, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 

B 

Badger Orson, nightwatchman, res Main street 

Baker W. S. farmer, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 

Baker H. C. clerk C P, res near Iron Works 

Balcolm R. B. carpenter, 2nd bet Wall and Franklin 

Baldine Zach. laborer, cor 5th and Smith 

Ballam Alfred, U P, Franklin bet ?th and 8th 

Ballantyne Robert, journalist, 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Ballantyne R. A. bookkeeper 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Ballantyne Richard, farmer, cor Franklin and 7th 

Ballinger Pierson, carpenter, Young bet 1st and 2nd 

Barker John, gardener, 3rd bet Spring and Smith 

Barrows C. A. restaurant, 6th west of Wall 

Barrow Harry, laborer, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Barrows H. M. runner Keeney house 

Barratt, Percival J. attorney-at-law and collector, loans oft 

mortgages effected, cor 5th and Main 
Baxter Joseph, merchant, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 
Beardsley M. H. proprietor Union Depot Hotel 
Biby A. farmer, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Biel Mat. butcher, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Bitton John, farmer, 6th bet Main and Spring 
Blackwell Chas. builder, 3rd above Pearl 
Black well James, painter, 3rd above Pearl 
Blair Samuel, brakeman, 3rd bet Smith and Pearl 
Blancett Henry, merchant, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 
Blum George, brewer, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Boat Robert, engineer C P R R, Wall bet 6th and /th 
Bond H. M. printer, res 4th bet Young and Franklin 
Bond H. M. & Co. produce merchants, cor 4th and Young 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros- 



Saddlery &Saddlery-Hardware,Jobbed by Wallin & Pickard. S.L.City 
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Boss Albert, laborer, 3rd bet Spring and Smith 
Bowring Mrs. M. milliner, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Bowman John, engineer, 3rd bet Smith and Pearl 
Boyle A. merchant, Spring bet 7th and 8th 
Boyle John, merchant, Spring bet 7th and 8th 
Boyle Peter, merchant, 8th bet Spring and Smith 
Boyle & Co. dealers in furniture, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Bradden Arther, mason, 3rd bet Smith and Pearl 
Branson William, C P R R, Franklin bet 7th and 8th 
Branson Wm. weaver, cor 3rd and Green 
Bressee N. carpenter, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Brooks John, messenger W F & Co. Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 
Browne K. D. Pullman car agent, 3rd bet Spring and Smith 
Brown Austin, schoolteacher, 4th bet Green and East 
Brown William, sheriff, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Brown I. E. watchmaker, res cor 1st and Franklin 
Brown M. farmer, Main street south 
Brown J. M. carpenter, Main street south 
Brown Christopher, laborer, 8th bet Smith and Pearl 
Brown G. F. clerk, Main bet 5th and 6th 
Brown W. S. farmer, cor 6th and Franklin 
Browning T. E. printer, res 7th bet Main and Young- 
Browning Alma, musician, res 8th street 
Browning Isaac, laborer, 7th bet Main and Young 
Browning James, waiter, Keeney House 
Browning C. S. farmer, Main bet 7th and 8th 
Browning J. M. gunsmith, cor 7th and Spring 
Browning G. farmer, cor 7th and Spring 
Browning I. A. laborer, 7th bet Main and Young 
Bruce Robert, dyeworks, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Bruce William, laborer, Young bet ist and 2nd 
Bruckman A. operator W U Tel Co, Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Bruner A. B. plaiter, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Budge Alex, yardman C P, res railroad grounds 
Budge Thomas, grocer, cor 4th and Franklin 
Budge W. C. yardmaster C P, 4th bet Young and Franklin 
Buckley F. J. operator W U Tel Co, res Keeney House 
Buchmiller M. brewer, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Bull H. bootmaker, res Green street 
Bull Joseph, shoemaker, 6th bet Main and Spring 
Bult Thomas, engineer, 3rd bet Franklin and Wall 
Bult Robert, engineer U C, Wall bet 6th and 7th 
Bune Cass, runner, res Main bet 2nd and 3rd 
Bune George, wagonmaker, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 



Orders Solicited, Bottom, Prices, at Geo. J)un-ford'x. 



Ladies Saddles in sreal variety, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City 

Utah Directory Ogden. 269 



Burke M. J. operator W U Tel. Co. res bench 
Burn side J. teamster, cor Franklin and 5th 
Burley Geo. engineer C P R R, res Keeney House 
Burton William W. merchant, cor 3rd and Young 
Burton William, laborer, 8th bet Main and Young 
Butler H. C. broker, 8th bet Franklin and Wall 



Cababe F. F. clerk Main street south 

Gaboon Thomas, conductor U P R R, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Cahoon Samuel, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Caldwell J. W. carpenter, Main street south 

Cale Charles, farmer, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Campbell A. engineer, 5th bet Green and Pearl 

Canfield I. builder and sexton, cor 5th and Pearl 

Cannon F. J. editor QT\ Junction, res Pearl bet 5th and 6th 

Careswell Alfred, turner, cor Pearl and /th 

Carhart S. railroad man. Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Carnahan Dr. J. D. physician, 4th bet Main and Spring 

Carr George, carpenter, res Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 

Carroll & Dee, livery stable, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Carroll William, liveryman, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Carry George, laborer, 2nd street 

Carry Harry, laborer, 2nd street 

Gary George, res cor 2nd and Railroad 

Gary James, res cor 2nd and Railroad 

Gary H. fur dealer, cor 2nd and Railroad 

Cassin James, conductor C P R R, cor Franklin and 6th 

Chambers J. G-. book store, cor 3rd and Green 

Chambers A. D. foreman Junction, res Green bet 3rd and 4th 

Chambers J. W. clerk, res cor 3rd and Green 

Chambers J. W. laborer, cor 3rd and Green 

Chamberlain T. C. hotelkeeper, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 

Chappie William, painter, 3rd bet Green and Pearl 

Child A. W. clerk, cor 8th and Pearl 

Child John, clerk, 7th bet Main and Young 

Child J. C. clerk, cor yth and Main 

Child W. G. merchant, cor 6th and Main 

Child Austin, clerk, 8th bet Spring and Smith 

Chipp John, nurseryman, cor 4th and Green 

Chugg George, conductor U C, 6th bet Franklin and Young 

Clark James, assistant engineer, 3rd bet Franklin and Wall 

Clark Joseph, expressman, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 

Clark W, H. expressman, 3rd bet Smith and Pearl 



Mattresses, all kinds. Imported and made to order, Barratt 



WALLTN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDERS. 



270 Utah Directory Ogden. 

Clark M. S. farmer, /th bet Spring- and Smith 

Clayton J. J. saloon. Main bet 4th and 5th 

Clements John S. conductor C P R R, 2nd street 

Colclough John, fruit store, 4th bet Main and Young" 

Coleman James, shoemaker, Main street south 

Collins Richard, boarding house, 5th bet Young and Franklin 

Cole G. G. mail clerk U C, 8th bet Main and Young 

Coiidoii Dr. P. S. surgeon, 4th bet Young and Franklin 

Condon Dr. A. S. physician, 4th bet Franklin and Young 

Conlisk John, conductor U P, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Conway M. W. brakeman U S R R, istcor Young 

Conway M. operator W U Tel Co, cor 1st and Young 

Cook Frank, job printer, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Cook Wm. saloonkeeper, 1st street 

Cook W. M. speculator, res 1st bet Main and Young 

Cook W. J. operator W U Tel Co, res Keeney House 

Cooley L. printer, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Cooley R. B. foreman Freeman, res Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Cooley Mrs. R. B. dressmaker, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Cortez J. J. conductor C P, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Cox H. H. battery man, W U Tel Co, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Cox Edward, mason, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Crompton John, telegraph operator, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 

Crompton John, operator U P, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Crawford John, car inspector U C, cor 5th and Green 

Crawshaw Henry, clerk, East bet 3rd and 4th 

Crawshaw Luke, clerk, cor 4th and Smith 

Crawshaw Mrs. Ellen, widow, 4th bet Green and East 

Crawshaw Luke, clerk, cor 4th and Smith 

Critchlow W. F. plasterer, Main street south 

Cromeman J. F. farmer, Green bet 4th and 5th 

Crosby M. J. foreman C P, res railroad grounds 

Cunningham R. farmer, res Smith street 

Cunningham D. M. saloon, res 4th bet Smith and Pearl 

Cunningham Robert, farmer, cor /th and Smith 

Curtis A. L. carpenter C P, res railroad grounds 

E> 

Daily Evening Dispatch, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Daily Ogden Junction, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Dallimore Edward, carpenter, Main street south 
Dallimore W. J. carpenter, Wall bet 3rd and 4th 

Davis C. G. school teacher, Young bet 6th and /th 
Davis R. E. farmer, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Geo. Uunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wiill'n & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Racine: Goods 

Utah Directory Ogden. 271 

Davis Dr. R. dentist office, 4th bet Main and Young 

Dee James, saloon, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Dee J. M. livery stable, res Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Dee Thomas, farmer, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Dee J. L. saloonkeeper, Young bet 4th and 5th 

De Freas Joseph, laborer, cor 8th and Wall 

Delany R. coach cleaner U P, res railroad grounds 

Delamater J. H. farmer, cor /th and Main 

Densel C. F. engineer, Young bet 1st and 2nd 

De Wolfe Henry, C P, cor Wall and 6th 

Deurett Henry, mason, 7th bet Main and Spring 

Dinsdale J. farmer, 2nd bet Wall and Franklin 

Dinsdale Mrs. A. widow, 2nd bet Wall and Franklin 

Dinsdale Mrs. A, widow, cor Wall and 2nd 

Diving M. coach cleaner U P, res railroad grounds 

Dixon Thomas, U C, Main street south 

Dixon Thomas, porter U C, Main street south 

Doll H. C. book keeper, res Depot Hotel 

Dooly R. M, agent W. F. & Co, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 

Dooly J. E. & Co, bankers, cor Main and 4th 

Douglass G. B. blacksmith and farrier, Main bet 5th and 6th 

Douglass Richard, night watchman, cor 6th and Franklin 

Douglass James, clerk, cor 6th and Franklin 

Douglass J. H, clerk, cor 6th and Franklin 

Doyle Daniel, mason, Main street south 

Doxey D. H. farmer, 7th bet Wall and Franklin 

Doxey Thomas, farmer, 7th bet Wall and Franklin 

Driver G-. W. druggist, Smith bet 7th and 8th 

Driver William, druggist, Smith bet 7th and 8th 

Driver John, physician, 6th bet Franklin and Young 

Driver J. J. clerk, Spring bet 3d and 4th 

Dudden Alfred, tobacco dealer, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Dye Richard, Justice of the Peace, res Riverdale 



Eccles David, merchant, Franklin bet 3d and 4th 
Edger John, engineer, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 
Edginton Mrs. widow, cor 6th and Spring 
Edwards Edward, railroad man, Wall bet 1st and 2nd 
Edwards John, express agent U P, Young bet 4th and 5th 
Edwards Edward, farmer, Wall bet 2nd and 3rd 
Edwards J. M. agent U P express, Young bet 4th and 5th 
Eggleston Samuel, shoemaker, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Ellis John, carpenter, Wall bet 6th and 7th 



Feathers &. Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. PictureSjBarratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallln & Pickard 



272 Utah Directory Ogden. 

Enderley George, U P, Chamberlain House 

Kmmett T. F. C P R R, cor ;th and Franklin 

Emmett Thomas, soda water manufacturer, cor /th and Franklin 

Ensign Horace, baggageman, Main bet 5th and 6th 

Ensign D. H. baggageman C P, Main bet 5th and 6th 

Evans James, laborer, cor 5th and Green 

Evans Richard, round house keeper, res railroad ground 

Evans E. farmer, 8th bet Spring and Smith. 

Excell Dr. C. M., Young bet 4th and 5th 

F 

Faddis R. T. C P R R, res ist street 

Farley William, blacksmith, 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Farley W. blacksmith, cor 4th and Spring 

Farr V. farmer, cor ist and Main 

Farr Thomas, carpenter, cor ist and Main 

Farr Joseph, miller, res Main street north 

Farr A. F. farmer, Main street north 

Farr Lorin, ex-mayor, cor ist and Main 

Farr Isaac, clerk, Main street north 

Farr M. farmer, cor ist and Main 

Farr W. clerk, res Main street north 

Farr William, farmer, cor 2nd and Main 

Farr Ezra, manufacturer, res Main street north 

Farr Enoch, foreman Ogden woolen mills, res Main street north 

Farron William, mason, 3rd above Pearl 

Faetoute E. bootmaker, 4th bet Main and Young 

Faulkner James, laborer, Wall bet ist and 2nd 

Fell A. G. dispatcher, C P, res railroad grounds 

Fellows George, carpenter, Main street south 

Ferris Phillip, blacksmith, cor Franklin and 8th 

Field E. H. transfer agent, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

Field Jesse, baker, /th bet Spring and Smith 

Fife W. N. builder, cor 2nd and Main 

Fife W. W. builder, cor 2nd and Main 

Fife John, section foreman, Wall bet 4th and 5th 

Fife William, blacksmith, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 

Fife John, yardman U C, Wall bet 4th and 5th 

Forbes G. W. shoemaker, Young bet ist and 2nd 

Forbes H. B. landlord, Young bet 1st and 2nd 

Forbes James, agent C P, Franklin bet 6th and /th 

Ford Enoch, marble worker, Franklin bet /th and 8th 

Ford H. U P R R, 8th near Wall 

Ford George & Co. dealer in hides and wool, Main bet 4th & 5th 



The place for Hats. Cap* & Gloves, Geo. Dunfonl. 



Cash paid for Hides, Woo! and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Ogden, 273 

Ford John, oiler U P, res railroad grounds 

Foster Col. C. W. quartermaster USA, Franklin bet 4th & 5th 

Fowler John, music teacher, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 

Fox J. C. clerk, 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Freeman M. D. engineer, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 

Freeman L. R. editor Ogden Freeman 

Freeman H, N. miner, 4th bet Franklin and Young 

Freeman E. mechanic, Main street north 

Frisby Henry, traveling agent, Spring bet 2nd and 3rd 

Frodsham E. M. merchant, 3rd between Pearl and Smith 

Frost George, dealer in hides, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Frost John, laborer, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 

Frost Mrs. John, 1st bet Young and Franklin 

Fry John, brewer, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Foulger Wallace, merchant, Spring bet 3rd and 4th 

Fullman E. J. telegraph operator, res Keeney House 

Funge W. W. coal and wagon agent, Franklin bet /th & 8th 

G 

Gaines A. J. carpenter, Spring bet 3rd and 4th 

Gale James, merchant, Main bet 7th and 8th 

Gamble Daniel, merchant, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Ganguess Dr. L. physician, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Gardanier G. W. operator W U Tel Co, Keeney House 

Gay John, employee C P R R, res Main street north 

Geibert J. clerk, Franklin bet 6th and 7th 

Gibson A. laborer, Wall bet 2nd and 3rd 

Gibson Alma, clerk, 3rd bet Wall and Franklin 

Gibson Henry, merchant, 3rd bet Wall and Franklin 

Giles F. D. manager A and P Tel Co, 6th bet Main and Spring 

Giles Franklin, telegraph operator, 6th bet Main and Spring 

Gill Charles, brakeman C P, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Gill William, farmer, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 

Gillogly J. L. clergyman, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Gledhill Adam, clerk U C, 8th bet Wall and Franklin 

Goddard Oliver, brakeman, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 

Goodfellow J. B. saloon keeper, res 5th bet Smith and Spring 

Goodwin J. M. carpenter, res Spring bet 3rd and 4th 

Gough J. H. mason, res state road 

Grant N. engineer, cor 2nd and railroad 

Graham J. F. ticket agent C P, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Greeiiwell A. Jr. butcher, 4th bet Main and Young 

Greenwell A. butcher, 4th bet Main and Young 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 
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Shoe Leather & lindinys, W. L. PicfacrfJ, 8. L. Citi/ 

274 Utah Directory Ogdcn. 

Grossman W. W. line repairer, W U Tel, 6th below Wall 
Gwilliam H. W, laborer, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 
Gwyer John r cooper,, 5th bet Young and Franklin 

H 

Hadley Thomas, clerk r 6th bet Smith and Pearl 

Hadlock C, C. farmer, cor 8th and Spring 

Hadlock H, C, farmer, 8th bet Main and Spring 

Hall J, W, W. pressman, 6th bet Young and Franklin 

Hall Mark, U P R R, Main bet ;th and 8th 

Hall George, laborer. 4th street 

Hall Joseph, clerk, 6th bet Franklin and Young 

Halgren T, A, blacksmith, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Halstrom (X tailor, Pearl bet 2nd and 3rd 

Hamlyn W. E. car inspector U P, res railroad grounds 

Hampton F. W. clerk, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Hancock Arthur, baggageman, 3rd bet Smith and Pearl 

Hancock W. J., C P R R, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 

Hardy John, clerk, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Harkness & Co., successors to J. W. Guthrie & Co., bankers 

4th bet Main and Young 
Harman James, barber, 8th and Wall streets 
Harris Mrs, L. P. widow. Spring bet 3rd and 4th 
Harris A. G. merchant, cor 4th and Young 
Harris W. S. expressman, Spring bet 3rd and 4th 
Harris H. L, printer, Spring bet 3rd and 4th 
Harris C. C. bookkeeper, Spring bet 3rd and 4th 
Harris Mrs. widow, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 
Harris R. P. bookkeeper, Spring between 3rd and 4th 
Harrick Thomas, laborer, Smith bet 2nd and 3rd 
Hart William, carpenter, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 
Hart John, shoemaker, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Hart W. P. foreman U P shops, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 
Hartog H. wagon maker, Main and 2nd streets 
Hastings John, shoemaker, Wall bet 2nd and 3rd 
Hatch E. P. carpenter, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 
Hathaway M. J., U P R R, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 
Healey Pat. engineer, 2nd street 

Hellwell George, C P R R, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Heninger Thomas, farmer, cor Main and 7th 
Heninger H. P. farmer, cor Main and 7th 
Henry Andrew, bricklayer, Franklin bet 1st and 2nd 
Herdti P. A. clerk, res Railroad street 



Standard Golds fit Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Plckard, Salt Lake City, 

Utah Directory Ogden. 275 



Herrick W. J. farmer, Young bet 7th and 8th 
Herrick L. J. Mayor, Main bet 6th and 7th 

Hestmark C W. car cleaner C P, 3rd bet Smith and Pearl 

Hibbard W, B. supt W U Tel Co, 3rd bet Main and Yourag 

Higbee L. P. attorney-at-law, 4th bet Main and Young 

Higginbotham S. H, merchant, Main bet 7th and 8th 

Higginbotham S. S. general merchandise, Main street 

Hill W. S. carpenter, 3rd bet Wall and Franklin 

Hill Henry, laborer, 3rd bet Wall and Franklin 

Hill R. dairyman, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Hilliker A. II. telegraph operator, res Keeney House 

Hinchcliff M. porter U P express, 7th near Wall 

HinchcliffM. U P R R, 7th near Wall 

Hinchcliff C. W. U P R R, 8th bet Spring and Smith 

Hodgman W. A. saddler, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Hogen M. J. U P R R, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 

Holbrock W. S. brakeman C P, cor 5th and Spring 

Holland John, merchant tailor, 5th bet Main and Young 

Hollstrom O. tailor, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Holroy R. W. expressman, cor 2nd and Pearl 

Holroy Thomas, tailor cor 2nd and Pearl 

Hooper William, transfer agent, 6th bet Franklin and Young- 

Horrocks S. machinist, cor 4th and Smith 

Horrocks E. G. clerk, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Horrocks Samuel, merchan-, 4th and Smith 

Horrocks John, weaver, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Horspool John, bill poster, cor 4th and Smith 

Horspool W. F. car sealer U P, 4th bet Franklin and Young 

Horton J. H. carpenter, res cor 1st and Green 

Hosstill Zach, expressman, res Spring bet 3rd and 4th 

Howe L. B., C P R R, 5th bet Main and Spring 

Hunt Wilson, farmer, 8th bet Spring and Smith 

Hunt William, drayman, 7th bet Main and Young 

Hunter D. D. saloon, 5th bet Young and Franklin 

Hues William, undertaker, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 

Huss A. blacksmith, 3rd between Young and Franklin 

Huss I. bootmaker, 5th bet Main and Young 



Tpson Peter, carpenter, Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Impey Samuel, farmer, Main street south 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Toots of all kinds, W. L, Pickarrf, Salt Lake City, 

276 Utah Directory Ogden. 



Jackson William, bricklayer, Main bet /th and 8th 

Jackson Aaron, farmer, cor Pearl and 4th 

Jacobs William, clerk, 4th bet Franklin and Young: 

Jahncke W. H. clerk, res Railroad avenue 

James W. F. carpenter, res Wall street 

James William, carpenter, cor /th and Wall 

Jenjins David, farmer, cor 7th and Main 

Jenkins Charles, repairer U P, Franklin bet 5-th and 6th> 

Jenkins Thomas, blacksmith, cor /th and Wall 

Jenkins W. car cleaner C P, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

Johnson Adam, saloon, Railroad street 

Johnson Dr. E. G. physician, 4th bet Main and Young 

Johnson J. T. mason, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

Johnson's Warm White Sulphur Springs, I. M. Johnsotn 

proprietor, Ogden Canyon 
Jones T. W. merchant tailor, 4th cor Spring 
Joste S. E, carpenter, 2nd bet Spring and Smith 
Joste J. A. farmer, 2nd bet Spring and Smith 
Jost A. }. carpenter,. Smith bet 2nd and ^rd 

K 

Kay Mrs, M. widow r cor /th and Spring 

Kay David, shipping merchant, Spring bet 6th and /th 

Kearsley Richard, clerk Junction office, res 2nd bet Pearl & S mid 6 

Keeney J. W. proprietor Keeney House 

Keirwan E, repairer U P, res railroad grounds 

Keller J. N. agent U P, 4th bet Young and Franklin 

Kelley S. J. operator, res Keeney House 

Kelley P. J. yardman C P, res Depot Hotel 

Kempland A. L., U P R R, 8th bet Main and Young 

Kenner S. A. journalist, Pearl bet 4th and 5th 

Kerr G. M. baggage master C P, cor 4th and Wall 

Kershaw Mrs. A. J. dressmaker, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Kershaw A. J. plumber, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Kickcox Dr. W. H. physician, 5th bet Smith and Spring 

Kiesel H. T. merchant, res Railroad street 

Kimerer Michael, C P R R, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

King C. S. reporter, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Kingsford W. R. farmer, Pearl bet 3rd and 4th 

Kuhn A. H. & Bro. dealers dry goods etc., Main bet 4th & 5th 

Kruger F. clerk, res Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 



The Leading Boot, Shoe & Hat House, Ge<>~ I>i*nfr<9 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf dt Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S. L, City 



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Lake S. J. photographer, 5th bet Main and Young 

Lambert C. P. marble worker, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Lansdale H. S. carpenter, 3rd above Pearl 

Laraway H. B. messinger U P express, 4th bet Franklin & Young 

Larkin G. W. conductor C P, 7th bet Spring and Smith 

Lashus G. W. engineer, 2nd street 

Leek John, builder, 3rd bet Main and Young 

Leonard Tony, bricklayer, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Lethbridge William, farmer, cor 6th and Wall 

Lewis J. S. jeweler, Franklin bet 2nd and 3rd 

Lindsey Mark, gardener, cor 2nd and Main 

Lisk E. R. carpenter, cor 8th and Wall 

Lloyd James, C P, 7th bet Main and Young 

Low John, clerk, res Railroad street 

Low Alfred, news agent, Wall bet 6th and 7th 

Low W. J. cook, Wall bet 6th and 7th 

Lowe William, carpenter, 3rd street east 

Lowe William, cook, Depot Hotel 

Ludlam C. F. broker, res Keeney House 

Luxynger Robert, shoemaker, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Lynham Edward, laborer, 3rd bet East and Green 

M 

Magee E. bootmaker, res Green street 

Maguire Mike, peddler, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 

Maguire John, peddler, 5th bet Green and Pearl 

Malan J. D. farmer, cor 4th and Green 

Margary H. W attorney-at-law, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Marks I. merchant, cor Main and 2nd 

Marth George, proprietor Metropolitan Hotel, Railroad street 

Matterson Jens, miller, 5th above Franklin ' 

Mathews C. J. collector, 7th bet Spring and Smith 

Maw Edward, farmer, 2nd cor Smith 

Mawson George, mason, 3rd between Green and Pearl 

Mearns J. S. machinist, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 

Meilson John, machinist, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Merron James, porter Depot Hotel 

Mets T. & Co. forwarding merchant, 5th bet Main and Young 

McCormick, P. carpenter, res Railroad grounds 

McCarty L. transfer agent, cor 6th and Wall 

McCarty N. saloon, Franklin bet 7th and 8th 



Harratt Bros., furniture & House Good* t S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



2/8 Utah Directory Ogden. 



McDermott John, laborer, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 
McFarlane James, clerk, Franklin bet ist and 2nd 
McFarlane Peter, watchman U C, Franklin bet ist and 2nd 
Mclntosh G. F. yardmaster U P, /th bet Young and Franklin 
Mclntyre Dr. W. L. physician and surgeon, office Young 

bet 6th and /th 

McNutt Dr. J. W. physician, 4th bet Main and Spring 
McQuarrie John, check clerk U P, 4th bet Franklin and Wall 
McQuarrie Neil, farmer, Main street south 
McQuarrie Robert, farmer, cor 6th and Spring 
Middle C. W. laborer, cor /th and Young 
Middleton C. F., Justice of the Peace, cor Main and 6th 
Middleton William, farmer, Main bet 6th and /th 
Miles W. H. laborer, 4th bet Green and Pearl 
Miller F. B. printer, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Milliss J. W. conductor C P, res Depot Hotel 
Millor C. H. butcher, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Minnoch P. carpenter, 3rd bet Franklin and Wall 
M inter S. A. special policeman, Young bet ist and 2nd 
Moffatt A. blacksmith, 3rd bet Main and Spring 
Mohrhardt C. A. clerk, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Moies John, laborer, Franklin, bet 5th and 6th 
Moore C. W. secretary W U Tel Co, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 
Moore Mrs. A. Ice cream saloon, 5th bet Young and Franklin 
Monch L, F. school teacher, res Smith street 
Montgomery J. D. music teacher, yth bet Main and Spring 
Morison A. telegraph operator, Main and 3rd 
Morluy William, barber, Young bet 4th and 5th 
Moroni P. M. teamster, Green bet 4th and 5th 
Morrin B. S. carpenter, Main street south 
Moulding W. H. butcher, 5th bet Main and Young 
Moyes William, car repairer C P, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 
Moyes William, carpenter, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Mumford George, switchman, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 
Murphy G. W. merchant, 6th near Wall 
Murphy Dr. J. J. physician, office 5th bet Main and Young 
Murphy G. W. baker, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Murphy E. H. carpenter, Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Murphy J. J. engineer, cor /thaand Young 
Murray S. A. clerk, 5th bet Young and Franklin 
Murray George, laborer, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 
Myers Thomas, yardman, Keeney House 
Myers E. F. bookkeeper, res 6th street 

Geo. Duvford, Boots, Shoes & Hat*. Salt Lake City. 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Ogden. 279 



N 

J. Gr. shoemaker, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Neilson. Peter, car cleaner C P 

Neilson Neil, runner Keeney House 

Nelson Peter, C P R R, 6th bet Main and Spring 

Nelson J. H, real estate agent, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Nelson C. E. machinist, res 1st street 

Nelson David, farmer, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Nelson J. H. hair jeweler, 5th bet Young and Franklin 

Newman H. J. tinsmith, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 

Nichols George, blacksmith, 5th bet Young and Frarklir. 

Nicholby N. cook Keeney House 

Nye E. H. baggageman, cor 5th and Smith 

o 

Oakey James, farmer, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
O'Callaghan Dr. E. J. res Keeney House 
Odell G. T. machinist, 3rd bet Main and Young 
Odell G. F. merchant, 4th bet Main and Young 
Ogden Freeman, 5th near Main 
Ogden Dr. dentist, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Ohlson G. A. tinsmith, Main bet 3rd and 4th 
O'Neil M. J, bartender, res Railroad street 
O'Neil M. engineer, 8th bet Franklin and Young 
Orth P. L. clerk, cor Smith and 3rd 
Orth E. H. banker, cor Smith and 3rd 
Osborne C. shoemaker, Pearl bet 2nd and 3rd 
Owen James, mason, Young bet 4th and 5th 
Owen James, farmer, Young bet 4th and 5th 



Paine J. R., C P R R, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Paine W. G. farmer, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Parrott E. laborer, Wall bet 2nd and 3rd 
Parry William, painter, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 
Parry Joseph, oiler C P, 8th street south 
Parry Joseph, farmer, Main bet '2nd and 3rd 
Patterson A. J. manager W U Tel Co, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Payne Joseph, C P R R, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Peebles C. L. druggist, res Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Pennington J. L. carpenter, 3rd bet Main and Young- 
Perry J. J. bricklayer. 1st bet Young and Franklin 
Perry D. H. merchant, 4th bet Main and Spring 



Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City -Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickarti, 8. L. Oih 



280 Utah Directory Ogden. 



Perry George, builder, 2nd bet Wall and Franklin 

Pettifor Thomas, laborer, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Peters Edward, laborer, 3rd bet Franklin and Wall 

Peterson B. jeweler, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Peterson W. saloon keeper Railroad house 

Phillips H. C. clerk, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Phillips J. laborer, Smith bet 2nd and 3rd 

Phillips J. laborer, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 

Pidcock William, merchant, cor 7th and Spring 

Pierce William, blacksmith, Main bet 6th and 7th 

Pierce H. W. clerk, res Railroad grounds 

Pingree Joseph, clerk, cor 6th and Wall 

Pingree Joseph, merchant, res Wall street 

Plate Karl, pressman, Franklin bet 2nd and 3rd 

Plyer Thomas, porter U P, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

Pool J. R. farmer, Spring bet 6th and 7th 

Pool William, farmer, 2nd street 

Poole John, farmer, 6th bet Main and Spring 

Poorte John, jeweler, 5th bet Main and Young 

Poulter T. A. miller, res Main street north 

Poulter T. J. miller, res Main street north 

Powers Dr. H. J., Young bet 4th and 5th 

Pratt R. H. division superintendent, C P, res Railroad grounds 

Preshaw S. M. undertaker, 2nd near Pearl 

Preston John, bricklayer, Franklin bet 5th and 6th 

Price E. H. photographer, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Pugh Mrs. E. widow, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 

Pugh E. waiter, Keeney House 

Pugh Dan, carpenter, Main street south 

Purdy James, repairer, C P R R, residence over the river 

Purdy Thomas, carpenter, 8th, bet Franklin and Young 

Purdy S. M. carpenter, U P R R, railroad grounds 

Purdy C. repairer, C P R R, 8th west of Wall 

R 

Raborg W. A. messenger W F & Co., Franklin bet 8rd and 4th 
Rackham J. warehouseman, U C R R, bet Smith and Pearl 
Rackham John, check clerk U C R R, Spring bet 6th and 7th 
Rawlins F. S. dispatcher C P R R, 6th bet Franklin and Wall 
Rawson C., C P R R, 2nd and Wall 
Rawson H. S. farmer, cor 2nd and Smith 
Rawson H. F. farmer, cor 2nd and Smith 
Reast Wm. farmer, res 2nd near Pearl 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. DunforJ 



Slubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Yallln & Pickard^ 



Utah Directory Ogden. 281 



Reed B. A. messenger U P R R. Young bet 4th and 5th 

Reed E. H. check clerk, Main street bet 2nd and 3rd 

Reeder F. H. confectioner, 5th bet Main and Young 

Rees John, blacksmith, 7th bet Main and Young 

Reeve J. J. ticket agent U C R R 2nd West of Wall 

Reeve Albert, porter, U C R R, 2nd west of Wall 

Remick J. K. cashier U P R R, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Reno A. C. clerk, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Reno Chas. steward Depot Hotel 

Restall J. H. carpenter C P R R, Main bet 6th and ;th 

Reynolds F. A. postal clerk, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Rich B. E. clerk, Main below 1st 

Richards F. D. probate judge, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 

Richards F. S. attorney-at-law, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 

Richards & Williams, attorn eys-at-law, 4th bet Main and Young 

Richardson L. B. clerk U P R R, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Richerson William, Main bet 6th and /th 

Richmond C. T. conductor U P R R, 8th bet Main and Young 

Ringrose Richard, laborer, Young bet 1st and 2nd 

Riley James, whitewasher, 7th bet Franklin and Wall 

Roache M. blacksmith, C P R R, res railroad grounds 

Robbins Dan, W F Tel Co, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 

Roberts Philip, mason, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 

Robinson Mr. laborer, cor 8th and Wall 

.Rogers A. D. dentist 5th bet Young and Franklin 

Rogers Wm. silversmith, 5th bet Main and Young 

Roman David, laborer, cor 5th and Pearl 

Rowell William, millwright, cor 8th and main 

Rowson Cyrus, employee C P R R, 2nd near Wall 

Ross Alexander, car cleaner C P, Main street south 

Ross E. C P, Main bet 7th and 8th 

Russell G. W. salt dealer, cor loth and Smith 



Saddler William, conductor C P, Franklin bet 7th and 8th 

Salter W. D. mason, 8th bet Spring and Smith 

Samson John, farmer, Smith street 

Sanders J. F. hair dresser, 5th bet Young and Franklin 

Sanders Joseph, employee C P R R, 2nd bet Spring & Smith 

Sanders Wm. G. wagon maker, 2nd bet Spring and Smith 

SchL'singer & Co, liquor dealers, 4th bet Main and Young 

Schram Steven, clerk, res Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Scoville H. B. broom factory, Young bet 4th & 5th res same 

E iiH .tare, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, BarrattBros.S, L. City 
35 



California Lasso Saddles Wai I In & Pfckartf. Salt lake City- 

2'82 Utah Directory Ogden. 

Scoville L. S. broom maker, res Smith bet 3rd and 4th 
Schurman Godfrey, brewer, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Scudder W. A. depot lunch stand, Franklin bet 6th and 7th 
Seagrave A. A, messenger U P, Young bet 4th and 5th 
Sebree, Ferris, & Holt, dealers agricultural implements, qth bet 

Main and Young 

Seibert D. S. guard W F & Co, Franklin bet 5-th and 6th 
Seibert J. clerk, Franklin bet 6th and /th 
Seeley W. H. brakeman, cor 6th and Franklin 
Severn Joseph, transfer agent, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 
Sewell J. B. clerk, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Shape J. M. farmer, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 
Shape P. R. farmer, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 
Shanks R. L. clerk, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 
Sheldon I. B, telegraph operator, 4th bet Spring and Smith 
Sheldon D, painter, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 
Sheldon J. D. telegraph operator, res on Bench 
Shepard A. D. clerk, res Keeney house 
Shiells F. A. clerk, cor 7th and Green 
Shield W. G, merchant, Main bet 5th and 6th 
Shipley W. porter U C, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Shipley Thomas, section hand, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 
Shipley Thomas, employee C P R R, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 
Shupe B. farmer, Young bet ist and 2nd 
Shupe J. M. blacksmith, Main street south 
Shurtleff H. V, bricklayer, Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Sisters of Mercy Convent, cor Main and 6th 
Slater Miss L. dressmaker, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 
Small E. J. tin smith, Franklin bet ist and 2nd 
Smith T. A. book and job printer, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Smith J. A. barber, res Railroad street 

Smith John, coach cleaner U P, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Smith J. P. printer, 2nd bet Green and Pearl 
Snaddon R. J. carpenter, 3rd bet Pearl and Smith 
Snider M. R. baggageman C P, Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Snyder H. T. conductor C P, Pearl bet 3rd and 4th 
Spencer E. B. telegraph operator, res Keeney House 
Spencer H. bookkeeper, Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Staker William, fireman C P, res over the river 
Stahr Joseph, carpenter, Franklin bet 6th and 7th 
Stam B. W. tailor, Green bet 4th and 5th 
Stanford Alfred, clerk, 8th bet Spring and Smith 
Stanford Joseph, merchant, 4th bet Franklin and Young 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFOR1), Salt Lalse City. 



Biding Saddles and Bridles, Wallia & Pickard,8. L Gil). 



Utah Directory Ogden, 283 



Stanger George, butcher, 5th bet Main and Young 

Stayner T. J. bookkeeper, cor Pearl and 3rd 

Steen T. postal clerk, 4th bet Franklin and Young 

Stephens J. O. photographer, cor 5th and Young 

Stephens L. B. postmaster, Main bet 5th and 6th 

Stephens A. carpenter, cor 5th and Young 

iStevensT.J. machinist, 3rd bet Main and Spring 

Stevens I. machinist, 3rd bet Main and Spring 

Stevens A. machinist, 3rd bet Main and Spring 

Stevens Sidney, dealer in wagons machinery etc., Main street, 

res North Ogden 

Stevens J. C. carpenter, Main street south 
Stevens Thomas, blacksmith, Smith bet 2nd and 3rd 
Stevens W. H. dealer in tobacco, 5th bet Main and Young 
Stevenson T. D. baggage man, 5th bet Smith and Spring 
Stewart G. R. farmer, 6th bet Main and Spring 
Stewart C. E. bartender, 8th bet Franklin and Young 
St John N. carpenter C P, res north of 1st 
Stoker William, saddler, 6th bet Young and Main 
Stone William, 8th and Wall 

Stonehouse S. S. car cleaner C P, 8th west of Wall , 

Stout A. J. laborer, res Mound Fort 
Stratford Edwin, bookkeeper, cor 2nd and Smith 
Stratford E. A printer, res 2nd bet Green and Pearl 
Stuart D. M. bishop, 4th bet Green and Pearl 
Stuart C. E. laborer, cor 8th and Wall 
Studer F. jeweler, 6th bet Franklin and Young 
Sturtevant Wm. conductor C P, Wall bet 3rd and 4th 
Styler Mrs. E. widow, Franklin bet /th and 8th 
Sullivan M. oiler C P, res railroad grounds 
Surles J. H. barber, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Swensen John, farmer, 3rd bet East and Green 
Swift George, waiter, Depot Hotel 



Tackney J. J. C P, Chamberlain House 
Tanner N. Jr. attorney-at-law, 4th bet Main and Young 
Tapper Samuel, carpenter, 3rd bet Wall and Franklin 
Tate J. H. clerk, res Franklin bet 2nd and 3rd 
Tavey Henry, clerk, 3rd bet Spring and Smith 
Taylor John, lime burner, 2nd bet Main and Young 
Taylor Richard, bookkeeper, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 
Taylor Mrs. E. widow, Smith bet 2nd and 3rd 

Chairs, Bedsteads. Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros- 



Saddlery &Saddfery-Hardware,Jobbed by Waflin & Pickard. S.L.Cfty 



284 Utah Directory Ogden. 

Taylor George, printer, Green bet 1st and 2nd 

Taylor William, laborer, 3rd bet Spring and Smith 

Taylor J. F. merchant tailor, Main street north 

Taylor John, & Son merchant tailors, 4th bet Main & Young. 

Taylor J. M. D. bootmaker 4th bet Main and Young 

Thomas J. M. lime burner, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Thomas T, G. clerk, cor 3rd and Smith 

Thomas Mrs. C. widow, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Thompson James, tinsmith, 5th bet Main and Young 

Thompson George, barber, res cor 1st and Wall 

Thompson Walter, carpenter C P, Main bet 6th and 7th 

Thompson W. M. clerk U P, 4th bet Franklin and Young 

Thompson Daniel, repairer C P, Main bet 6th and /th 

Thompson Wm. T. clerk, res 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

Thorogood W. S. laborer, 4th street 

Tilotson E. engineer, 4th bet Green and Pearl 

Toland Mrs. C. R. dressmaker, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Toone Edward, bootmaker, Green bet 1st and 2nd 

Tranter E. farmer, 8th bet Wall and Franklin 

Treseder George, carpenter, Pearl bet 3rd and 4th 

Treseder R. N. carpenter, Pearl bet 4th and 5th 

"tribe Henry, commercial agent, 3rd bet Main and Young 

Tribe G. H. merchant, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Tritchlow William, laborer, cor 8th and Main 

Turner Cr. W. merchant, 4th bet Main and Young 

Turner G. J. foreman C P shops, Wall bet 1st and 2nd 

Turner Mrs. L. dressmaker, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Turnis Tobias, brickmaker, 6th bet Pearl and Green 

Tyler J. G. clerk Keeney House 

Tyler M. D. plasterer, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Tyler E. F. plasterer, Young bet 3rd and 4th 

Tyree C. D. railroadman, 1st bet Wall and Franklin 

Tyrrell Joseph, bootmaker, 5th bet Main and Young 

u 

Union Pacific Brewery, Buchmiller & Wells proprietors, 5th bet 
Main and Spring 



Van A. clerk, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

Van Dyke S. carpenter, Green bet 4th and 5th 

Van Dyke William, merchant, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Orders Solicited? Bottom Prices, at Geo. Dun Jor <!.'#. 



Ladies Saddles in great variety, Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City 

Utah Directory Ogden. 285 

Van Dyke W. D. bookkeeper, Spring bet 6th and /th 

Vance J. H. merchant, Main bet /th and 8th 

Voorheis George, messenger W F & Co, Franklin bet 3rd & 4th 

w 

Wade W. A. &. Co. druggists cor Main and 5th 

Wadman F. laborer, Franklin bet 4th and 5th 

Wadman James, porter, Wall bet 2nd and 3rd 

Walker J. M. druggist, 4th bet Main and Young 

Wallace Thomas, clerk, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Walton A. J. machinist, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 

Watkins E. J. bootmaker, 5th bet Main and Young 

Watkins C. F. shoemaker, 4th bet Smith and Green 

Watkins J. H. carpenter, res 5th street 

Watts John, gardener, cor 3rd and Smith 

Watts William, laborer, 3rd bet Young and -Franklin 

Watson Robert, laborer, 3rd bet Main and Young 

Watson B. S. manager Z C M I, 3rd bet Main and Young 

Warden S. P. check clerk C P, Franklin bet 3rd and 4th 

Wardleigh H. C. agent Singer Machine Co., Main bet 3rd 

and 4th, (see advertisement^} 

Warner G. S. messenger U P, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Warner H. W. laborer, res 4th street 
Weaver J. E. engineer, res railroad grounds 
Weaver John, brakeman, Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Welch Charles, road supervisor, Franklin bet 6th and 7th 
Welch J. M. brakeman, Green bet 4th and 5th 
Wells R. A. brewer, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Weis C. H. ticket clerk U P, res Depot Hotel 
West Andrew, employee C P R R, Young bet 3rd and 4th 
West Mrs. M. widow, cor 4th and Young 

West Joseph A. manager Junction, res Franklin bet 4th and 5th 
West William, miner, res 5th street 
West P. C. bookkeeper, 5th bet East and Green 
West C. A. paper carrier, Smith bet 5th and 6th 
Weston Simon, shoemaker, Main bet 5th and 6th 
Whalen T. A conductor C P, res Franklin bet 3 and 4 
Whipps W. C. messenger U P, 4th bet Young and Franklin 
White C. H. telegraph operator, Main bet 3rd and 4th 
White B.arnard, lumber dealer, 4th bet Young and Main 
Wiggins Willam, expressman, Young bet 2nd and 3rd 
Wilkins James, engineer, 3rd bet Spring and Smith 
Wilkinson A. W. carpenter, Wall street 



Mattresses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bro?, 



WALLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO RIDKRS. 



286 Utah Directory Ogden. 



Wilkinson A. carpenter, 3rd bet Franklin and Wall 

Williams Joshua, merchant, res Weber Valley 

Williams R. K. attorney-at-law, office Perry Block, 4th sired 

Williams J. W. miller, res Main street north 

Williams T. L. miller, res Main street north 

Williams Dr. E. G. physician, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Williams J. R. miller, Young bet 4th and 5th 

Williams W. G. tailor, 5th bet Young and Franklin 

Williams J. P. miller, res Main street north 

Williams Richard, pump maker, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Williams Lewis, laborer, cor 6th and Young 

Williamson Cole, painter shop, cor 4th and Young 

Wilson J. schoolteacher, res Mount Fort 

Wilson Mrs. Jane, widow, Green bet 2nd and 3rd 

Wilson John, carpenter, cor 3rd and Smith 

Wilson David, engineer, cor Green and 3rd 

Wilson L. D. & Co, hardware & lumber, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Winslow A. P. yardman C P, res railroad grounds 

Woodmansee Charles, merchant, Main street south 

Woodworth T. R, Dr. physician, 2nd street 

Woodworth Lyman, laborer, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Wooley J. E. C P, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Wooley John, yardman U C, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Woolner Henry, liquor dealer, Smith bet 3rd and 4th 

Woolsey W. R. carpenter, 2nd street 

Wotherspoon James, clerk, Smith bet 6th and 7th 

Wright H. farmer. 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

Wright W. H. merchant, 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Wright G. J. merchant, Franklin bet 1st and 2nd 

Wright J. foreman, 2nd bet Wall and Franklin 

WVight Gilbert, merchant, res Franklin bet 1st and 2nd 

Wright Joseph, butcher, Main street south 

Wright C. H. engineer C P, Main bet 3rd and 4th 

Wykes L. J. clerk, 4th bet Spring and Smith 

Y 

Yearsley N. farmer, 8th bet Main and Spring 

Young E. deputy marshall, res 4th bet Franklin and Young 

Young Warner, postal clerk, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

z 

Zartman J. H. guard W F & Co, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 

Z. C. M. I. cor Main and 4th 

Zeigler A. K. proprietor Keeney House 

Geo Dunford, the popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Utah Directory Advertisements. 287! 



G. T. ODELL. G. S. WRIGHT. 

ODELL & WRIGHT, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

__IN~ 




GEAIN, FLOUR AND FEED, 



California Fruits and Vegetables 



j$@~CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 

15^, Og-cLeaa., TJtaJa.. 



ORDERS FROM ALONG THE LINES OF RAILROAD 
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 



Fourth Street, - OGDElff, UTAH. 



WHITE, 

Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer in 

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, ETC. 

Wholesale and Retail dealer in 

Window Glass, Lumber, Lath and Shingles, and 
all Kinds of Building Material. 

<-=:* Agent for the ^^^-J 

LA BELLE WAGON, OLIVER CHILLED PLOW, Nichols, Shepard & 

Go's. VIBRATOR THRESHERS, and the CHAMPION MOW- 

ING and REAPING MACHINES. 

~STa,rd. a,33.d. Office, - ^o-u-rtla. Street Ogrd.eix. 



288 



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-IN- 



CITY, - TJTA.HI. 



OUR TABLE WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND SUPPLIED 

WITH THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AND 

ALL DELICACIES IN THEIR SEASON. 



We have opened in connection with the "Keeney" the Com- 
mercial House, situated on the main street of the city and will 
jnow be enabled to accommodate all our patrons. 

Commercial men will find this House very convenient, as we 
convey them to and from their meals free of charge and also 
transfer baggage without cost. 

Travelers passing through on trains will find our table the 
best in the city. 

All trains stop from thirty minutes to one hour and a quarter 
for meals. Remember the name: Keeney House at the Salt Lake 
Depot. KEENEY & ZEIGLER, Proprietors. 



BOYLE & CO., 



Street, 



Og-den, TJtsuh. 



Jobbers and Eetail dealers in 



BABY CARRIAGES A SPECIALTY. 

FEATHER PILLOWS, CHROMOS, FRAMES, &c., &c., 

FOR CASH. ^^^ 



H. C. WARDLEIGH, 

Dealer in all 

FIRST CLASS SEWING MACHINES, 

Oils, Parts, Needles, Etc., Etc. 

ISINGER, VICTOR, WEED, HOWE, WHITE, DOMESTIC. 



P. O. BOX 



OODEN, UTAH. 



Wallin & Pickard carry fall lines Trotting and Racing; Goods 

Utah Directory Ogden. 289 



OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY.. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Fife & Sons, office 2nd street 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 

Barratt PercivalJ. cor 6th and Main 
Higbee L. P. 4th bet Main and Young 
Kenner S. A. Pearl bet 4th and 5th 
Margery H. W. O. Main bet 4th and 5th 

Richards & Williams, 4th bet Main and Young 
Tanner N. Jr. Guthrie's Block, 4th street 

BAKERIES. 

iField Jesse, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Murphy G. W. 6th bet Franklin and Wail 

BANKERS. 

Dooly J. E. & Co, Main, cor 4th 
Harkiiess & Co, 4th bet Main and Young 
Orth E. H. cor Smith and 3rd 

BARBERS. 

Gebow J. A. opposite Fireman's Hall 
Harman Jas. cor of Wall and 8th 
Morluy Wm. Young bet 4th and 5th 
Sanders J. F. 5th bet Young and Franklin 
Smith J. A. Railroad street 
Surles J. 'N. Main bet 4th and 5th 
Thompson Geo, Main bet 6th and /th 

BILLPOSTER. 
Horspool John, cor 4th and Smith 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Douglass G. B. Main bet 5th and 6th 

Ferris Philip, cor Franklin and 8th 
Halgreen T. A. Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Hartog and Bniie, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Huss A. 3rd bet Young and Franklin 
Jenkins Thomas, cor /th and Wall 
Moffatt A. 3rd bet Main and Spring 
Reese John, /th bet Main and Young 
Shupe J. M. Main street south 

Feathers & Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. Pictures^ Barratt Bros 

36 



UtaJi Directory Advertisements. 




Special IrLc3.-a.cem.erLts to t!h.e 
S. O. 33 A/V Xl>flrG-, 



3P-a."folic- 



Joteon's farm lite 




Ogtfen Ctaay on* Weber C?0imty> 



These Springs are situated four miles from Ogdeo City, in 
Ogden Canyon, and will be opened for tourists this coming season. 
The scenery at the Springs is unsurpassed. Trout fishing and 
everything in the way of outdoor pleasure can "be found here. 
These Springs are noted for their medical properties. Call and 
be convinced. Hotel rates moderate. 

I. M. JOHNSON, Manager. 



3D IE ItT T I S T . 

Sets of Teeth ^<^W Filling and Ex- 



froni 



25 to 4O Dollars 




tractiiig a 



SPECIALTY. 



GOLD FILLINGS- PRICES LOW. 

Office at Trfba's Building, Fourth Street, Ogden. 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Waiiin & Pickard 



Utah Directory Ogden. 291 

Stevens Bros, 3rd bet Main and Spring 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, 

Alexander Daniel, 4th bet Main and Young 
Chambers J. G. 5th bet Main and Young 
Low Alfred, Wall bet 6th and /th 
Turner G. W, 4th bet Main and Young 

BOOT AND SHOE SHOPS. 

Ashby Thomas, Spring bet 2nd and 3rd 
Bull Joseph, 6th bet Main and Spring 
Eggleston Samuel, 6th bet Wall and Franklin 
Faetoute E. 4th bet Main and Young 
Forbes G. W. Young bet 1st and 2nd 
Huss I. 5th bet Main and Young 
Neale J. G. Main bet 4th and 5 th 
Osborne C. Pearl bet 2nd and 3rd 
Pidcock and Sons, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Taylor J. M. D. 4th bet Main and Young 
Toone Edward, Green bet 1st and 2nd 
Tyrrell J. 5th bet Main and Young 
Western Simon, Main bet 5th and 6th 

BREWERIES. 

Buchmiller & Wells, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Fry John, 3rd bet Young and Franklin 
Schurman Godfrey, 5th bet Main and Spring 

BRICKMAKERS. 

Turnis Tobias, 6th bet Pearl and Green 

BROKERS. 

Butler H. C. 8th bet Franklin and Wail 
Ludlam & Butler, Railroad street 

BROOM AND BRUSHMAKERS, 

Scoville H. B. Young bet 4th and 5th 

Scoville L. S. Smith bet 3rd and 4th 

BUTCHER SHOPS. 

Biel Matthew, 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Greenwell & Son. 4th bet Main and Young 
Miller C. H. 5th bet Wall and Franklin 
Moulding W. H. 5th bet Main and Young 

The place for Hats, Cap* & Gloves, Oeo. Dunfortl. 



1-292 Utah Directory Advertisements. 



06DEN BROOM FACTORY! 



Oa-on. IF'Taj^na.sli,. if IReci.-uj.red- 



FIRST CLASS ARTICLt. ALL SIZES MADE. 

ALSO 

CHILDREN'S BROOMS AND BRUSHES, 

I 

And all work 

Warranted Substantial and Good. Try Them. 

. B. 



GIBSON & EGOLESS, 

PROPRIETORS OF 

OCJBEM P&&MOTC8 & RBBAWIITO HI&It8. 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN 

LUMBER, DOORS, SA8ET, MOULDINGS, &c. 

AGENTS FOR 

Mitckel! Farm, Freiflt aM Spring taps, Kirlii & fcler 



Office and Yard, Corner 4th and Franklin Streets, 

OGDEN CITY, - UTAH. 



VKB OGBHB &!& ES5SS1E<J BE8P&IGH 

t 

A Live, Reliable, Independent Newspaper, 

Published every Afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. It is the cheapest Daily paper; 
on the Pacific Coast. A complete Telegraphic report is given Daily and its local 
and genera] news is full and reliable. THE DISPATCH has the LARGEST;, 
CIRCULATION of any paper in the Territory with a single exception and PS 
an ADVERTISING MEDIUM IS UNEXCELLED. Advance agents for tbeat- 
rical troupes and other advertisers will do well to rf member this fact when ad- 
vertising in Ogden. The Dispatch is a six-column folio sheet and is furnished!' 
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3.25 for six months and $6.50 per year. The Dispatch goes everywhere, is; 
sold on all trains and may be found in all the hotel reading rooms throughout; 
le Territory and the region tributary to Ogden. Address al) communications to? 

The Evening Dispatch, Ogden, Utah. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Ogden. 293 



Stanger George, 5th bet Main and Young 
Wright Joseph, Main bet 4th and 5th 

BUILDERS. 

Blackwell Charles, 3rd above Pearl 
Canfield Israel, cor 5th and Pearl 
Dallimore & Caldwell, 5th West of Main 
Fife & Sons, office 2nd near Main 
Perry & Leek, 3rd bet Main and Young 

CIGARS AND TOB XCCO. 

Dudden Alfred, Main cor 4th and 5th 
Stevens W. H. 5th bet Main and Young 

CLOTHIER. 
Marks I. cor Main and 2nd 

COAL DEALER. 

Funge W. W. Franklin bet ;th and 8th 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Adams L. B. 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Mets T. & Co. 5th bet Main and Young 
Odell & Wright, 4th bet Main and Young- 
Tribe Henry, 3rd bet Main and Young 
Van Dyke Will. & Co. Young bet 4th and 5th 

CONFECTIONER. 

Keeder F. H. 5th bet Main and Young 

DENTISTS. 

Davis Kay, 4th bet Main and Young 
Gebow J. A. opposite Fireman's Hall 
Ogden W. B. Main bet 4th and 5th 
.Rogers A. D. 5th bet Young and Franklin 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Cooley Mrs. R. B. Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Kershaw Mrs. A. J. Main bet 2nd and 3rd 
Slater Misses A. and L. 4th bet Wall and Franklin 
Toland Mrs. C. R. Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Turner Mrs. L. Main bet 3rd and 4th 

DRUGGISTS. 

Driver Win. & Son, Main bet 4th and 5th 



We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros, 



Shoe Leather & findings, W. L. Pickartl, S. L. City. 

294 Utah Directory Ogden. 

McNutt J. W. & Co, 4th bet Main and Young 
Peebles C. L, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Wade W. A. & Co, cor Main and 5th 

DRY GOODS. 

Kuliii A. & Bros, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Stanford Jos. 4th bet Franklin and Young 

FLOUR MILLS. 

Fan* Lorin, cor Main and 1st 
Peery D. H. fourth street 

FURNITURE. 

Boyle & Co, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Gale James, Main bet 4th and 5th 

FRUIT AND GREEN GROCERS. 

Colclough John, 4th bet Main and Young 
Kay David, 5th bet Main and Young 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Allen James, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Child W. G. 6th cor of Main 

Higginbotham S. S. Main street 

Horrocks & Baxter, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Kiesel Fred, J. & Co 4th bet Main and Young 

Perry, Herrick & Co, 4th bet Main and Spring 

Shield W. G. Main bet 5th and 6th 

Tribe George H. ist bet Main and Young 

Turner G. W. 4th bet Main and Young 

Walker Bros, Main bet 4th and 5th 

Wright W. H. & Son, Main bet 5th and 6th 

Z. C*. M. I. cor Main and 4th 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.! 

Blancett H. S. 5th street 
Bond H. M. & Co, cor 4th and Young 
Budge Thomas, cor 4th and Franklin 
Odell & Wright, 4th bet Main and Young 

GUNSMITH. 
Browning J. M. cor 7th and Spring 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 

Hodgman M. A. Main bet 4th and 5th 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City. 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 

Utah Directory Ogden. 295 

Stoker Wm. 6th bet Young and Main 

HIDE AND WOOL DEALERS. 

Ford George & Co, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Frost George, Main bet 4th and 5th 

HOTELS. 

Beardsley M. H. Union Depot Hotel (see adv. on page 263} 

Chamberlain T. C. 5th bet Wall and Franklin 

Collins R. cor 5th and Young 

Keeney and Ziegler, at railroad depot 

INSURANCE AGENT . 
Alexander D, 1st bet Main and Young 

JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS. 

Brown I. E. cor 1st and Franklin 
Lewis J. S. cor 5th and Main 
Petersen B. Main bet 4th and 5th 
Poorte John, 5th bet Main and Spring 
Studer F. 6th bet Franklin and Young 

LIME DEALERS, 

Farley E. office with Odell & Wright 
Taylor John, 2nd bet Main and Young 
Thomas J. M. Young bet 4th and 5th 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Carroll & Dee, Main bet 4th and 5th 

LUMBER DEALERS, 

Gibson & Eccles, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 
White Bernard, 4th bet Main and Young 
Williams Joshua, cor 5th and Wall 
Wilson L. D. & Co. Main bet 4th and 5th 

MACHINE SHOPS. 

Stevens Bros. 3rd bet Main and Spring 

MILLINER. 

Bowring Mrs. M. Main bet 4th and 5th 
MUSIC DEALER 

Fowler John, 5th bet Main and Young 



Cabinetwork & Genera! Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of al! kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

296 Utah Directory Ogden. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Daily Evening Dispatch, published every evening, Sundays 

excepted, Dispatch Co., Main bet 4th and 5th 
Daily Ogdeii Junction, published every morning, Mondays 

excepted, 4th bet Franklin and Y oun g 
Freeman, published semi-weekly, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Freeman 

5th near Main. 
Times, published semi-weekly, by Theo. A. Smith, Main bet 4th 

and 5th 

PAINT SHOPS 

Anderson A. O., Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Blackwell James, 3rd above Pearl 
Sheldon D. Franklin bet 4th and 5th 
Williamson C. cor 4th and Young 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Lake S. J. 5th bet Main and Young 
Pilliner W. H. 5th bet Main and Young 
Price E. H. Young bet 3rd and 4th 
Stephens J. O. cor 5th and Young 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allen J. X. Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Anderson P. L. 3rd bet Main and Young 
Carnahan J. D. 4th bet Main and Spring 
Condon P. S. 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Driver John, 6th bet Franklin and Young 
Excell C. M., Young bet 4th and 5th 
Ganguess L. Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Hickcox W. H. 5th bet Main and Spring 
Johnson E. G. 4th bet Main and Young 
Mclntyre W. L. Young bet 6th and ;th 
McNutt J. W. 4th bet Main and Spring 
Murphy J. J. 5th bet Main and Young 
O'Callaghan E. J. Keeney House 
Williams E. G. Main bet 3rd and 4th 
Woodworth T. R. 2nd street 

PLANING MILLS 

Gibson & Eccles, 4th bet Wall and Franklin 

PLUMBERS 

Kershaw A. J. Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

The Leading Boot, Shoe & Hat House, Geo. Dun ford 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & MDrrooas, W. L. Piokard, S. L, City 



Utah Directory Ogden. 297 



Williams R. Main bat 2nd and 3rd 

PRINTING OFFICES 

Cook Frank, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Freeman Legh R. 5th near Main 
Junction Office, 4th bet Franklin and Young 
Smith T. A. Main bet 4th and 5th 

REAL ESTATE AGENT 

Cook Frank, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Nelson J, H. Main bet 3rd and 4th 

RESTAURANT 

Barrows C A, 6th West of Wall 

SALOONS AND LIQUOR DEALERS 

Clayton J. J. Main bet 4th and 5th 
Cook W. M. ist bet Main and Young 
Dee & Cunningham, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Dee J. L. Young bet 4th and 5th 
Goodfellow J. B. 5th bet Main and Young 
Hunter D, D. 5th bet Young and Franklin 
Johnson Adam, Railroad street 
McCarty N. 5th bet Young and Franklin 
Peterson W. Union Depot Hotel 
Woolner H. 4th bet Main and Young 

SALT MANUFACTURER 

Russell G. W. cor loth and Smith 

SEEDSMEN AND FLORISTS 

Abbott C. D. 4th bet Spring and Smith 
Chipp John, cor 4th and Green 

SEWING MACHINE AGENCY 

Wardleigh H. C. Singer Co., Main bet 3rd and 4th (set- 
advertisement on page 288} 

STONE CUTTERS 

Ford Enoch, Franklin bet /th and 8th 
Lambert C. P. 3rd bet Young and Franklin 

TAILOR SHOPS. 

Halstrom A, Pearl bet 2nd and 3rd 
Holland John, 5th bet Main and Young 

Barratt Bros., Furniture & House Good*, S. L. City 

37 



Wrought Spanish Bfts & Spurs, Waflin &. Pickard, Saft Lake Crfy. 



298 



Utah Directory Alma. 



Hollstrom O. Main bet 4th and 5th 

Holroy Thomas, cor 2nd and Pearl 

Jones T. W. Main bet 4th and 5th 

Stamm B. W. Green bet 4th and 5th 

Taylor John & Son, 4 th bet Main and Young 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Gale James & Son, Main bet 4th and 5th 
Hughes W, S, Main, north of 4th 

WAGON MAKERS. 

Farley Winthrop, cor 4th and Spring 
Hartog: & Bune, Main bet 2nd and 3rd 

Sanders Wm. G. 2nd bet Spring and Smith 

WOODTURNE I. 

Careswell Alfred, Main, near Z. C. M. I. 



BB.A.flLIfcOGBBBt 




Snrsical anil Heckmical Dentist 

Office: 5th St., bet Young & Franklin, 
CQDEN CITY, - - - UTAH. 



mUAI DRIVER & SON, 

DRUGGISTS. 

DEALERS IN 

Drugs, Chemicals, Wines & Li- 
quors for medical purposes, 
Toilet Articles, Paints, 
Oils and Varnishes. 

All kinds of Brushes, 

and everything found in a well regulated 

Drug Establishment. 

Main St., bet 4th & 5th, OGDEN, UTAH. 



ALMA 

Is a small settlement of about 300 people, on the Weber river, 
eight miles west of Ogden. The population consists in great 
part of farmers and stockraisers, who find the soil and pasture 
sufficiently productive to give good results for their labor. The 
Bishop is John I. Hart Alma is noted for its fruit, the quality 
of its pears, apples and shrub fruit finding them a ready sale in 
Ogden and Corinne. The town is sometimes termed West 
Weber. 



Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt Lake City 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City* 

Utah Directory Harrisville. 299 



ALMA DIRECTORY, 

Fitton J. E. farmer Hardy Thomas, shoemaker 

Bingham W. lumber merchant Hardy Alma, laborer 

Bingham B. B. farmer Hart John I. bishop 

Blair Preston, stock dealer Hawkes N. laborer 

Bowman A. G. farmer Hunter G. F. farmer 

Brown John, farmer Hunter James F. farmer 

Collins J, musician & carver Jordan J. farmer 

Collins W. musician & carver 

Martin John, farmer 

Douglas J. farmer McFarland William, farmer 

r , n >. r?j j r McFarland A. farmer 
Ellsworth Edmund, farmer 

Etherington T. constable Petterson H, R farmer 
Farley Isaac, farmer Pird ^ Samuel > carpenter 
Foster A. retired merchant Rirel James, Justice of Peace- 
Fuller Elijah K. farmer Robbins E. butcher 

Gibson John, sexton staker John, farmer 

Gibson Witley, farmer 

Green A. sheep dealer Tolar William, farmer 

Greenwell A. butcher MTU o i -i 

Walker hamuel, tailor 

Hall John, merchant Wilson J. F. farmer 

Hadley George, blacksmith Wilson L. D. lumber merchant 

ALMA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bingham W. lumber dealer Hardy Thomas, shoemaker 

Blair Preston, stock dealer Hart John I. blacksmith 

Collins John & Wm. carvers Robbins E. butcher 
Gibson John, sexton Wilson L, D. lumber dealer 

Greenwell A. butcher 



HARRISVILLE, 

With a population of nearly 600, is seven miles north of Ogden, 
It was first settled in 1850, but the Indians injured its growth 
until the restoration of peace in 1858, since which the town has 
steadily improved. Being farmers, the residents are scattered 
over considerable territory, but we are enabled to give the names 
of the principal settlers. Harrisville has two good schools which 
have an average attendance of over forty students to the teacher. 



Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City -Send for Price List 



3OO Utah Directory Junction Advertisement. 



OGDEN JUNCTION, 

PUBLISHED AIk & SESIl-WJEEKtY 

j 

OGDEN CITY, - - UTAH, 

BY THE 




THE JUNCTION is the largest newspaper north of Salt 
Lake City, and its circulation throughout a radius of 200 miles, 
of which the populous city of Logan is the centre, is larger than 
that of all other papers combined, while it has a good subscrip- 
tion and advertising patronage in other parts of the country. 

It contains the Latest News, by Telegraph and Mail; all local! 
occurrences of interest; editorial articles on current topics pre- 
pared with care and precision; miscellaneous matter, &c., &c. 



INDEPENDENT BUT NOT NEUTRAL ; 
BOLD BUT NOT ABUSIVE; 
CONSERVATIVE BUT NOT TIMID; 
NOBODY'S ORGAN BUT EVERYBODY'S EXPONENT. 



Daily, issued every morning except 

Monday, - - $9.GO per Year. 

Semi-Weekly, every Wednesday 

and Saturday, - - $4.GO per Year 



Advertising rates on a level with the times. 
Send for a specimen copy. 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Pickard, S. LCIU 

Utah Directory Huntsville. 301 

Although the town has been growing rapidly, there is still room 
for more as its area is capable of sustaining over i.ooo souls- 
The merchants of Harrisville are Messrs. Dudley, Chase and 
William C. Rawson. 

HARRISVILLE DIRECTORY. 

Brown R. D. Jr. postmaster Rawson Wm. C. merchant 

~, Rawson Arthur, M. millwright 

Chase Dudley, merchant 

ShurtliffN. L. farmer 
Dixon Wm. W. farmer Shurtliff L. A. farmer 

Harris Martin, H. farmer Taylor P. G. bishop 

Taylor Joseph A. farmer 

Later Peter, school-trustee Taylor Levi J. school teacher 

Martin James, farmer Taylor Joseph, farmer * 

Owens Wm. constable ^hite Thomas, farmer 

Wilson Robert, Justice Peace 
Rawson D. B, machinist Woodbury N. A. school teacher 



HUNTSVILLE. 

Passing twelve miles through the magnificent Ogden Canyon 
we come to Huntsville, a thriving settlement of over I, ooo people. 
The road from Ogden was built in 1859 at a cost ntt ^ e short of 
$50,000; but the frequent washouts that followed by high water 
in the impetuous Ogden river has-placed the cost of construction 
altogether beyond computation. Huntsville is now on the high 
road to Bear Lake valley and is in the midst of a finely timbered 
region whence the people from the plain derive the greater part 
of their fuel and lumber. The canyon here widens into a beau- 
tiful valley twelve miles in length covered with bunch grass and 
hay and capable of supporting numerous horned stock and sheep. 
The summers are short but the settlers are industrious and frugal. 
They are under good leadership and therefore prosper where 
others might fail. The town is growing and already supports a 
first class day school which is well attended. Mr. F. A. Ham- 
mond is the bishop. 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. 



302 Utah Directory Chicago and North Western Railway. 




RMLffAY 



THE GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE WEST 
TO CHICAGO AND THE EAST. 

It is the oldest, shortest, most direct, convenient, comfortable 
land in every respect the best line you can take. It is the great- 
est and grandest Railway organization in the United States. It 
jowns or controls 

2 158 MILES OF RAILWAY 

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Passengers Going East should bear in mind that this is 

THE BEST ROUTE T CHICAGO 



Passengers by this route have choice of Five Different 
(Routes and the advantage of Eight Daily Lines Palace 
jSleeping Cars from CHICAGO to 

IPHIL&DELPHIA A^D MEW YORK 

AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS. 

| Insist that the Ticket Agent sells you tickets by the North-Western Road. 
(Examine your Tickets, and refuse to buy if they do not read over this Road. 

All Agents sell them and Check usual Baggage Free by this Line. 

THROUGH TICKETS via this Route to all Eastern Points can be procured at 
jthe Central Pacific Railroad Ticket Office, foot of Market Street, and at 2 New 
| Montgomery Street, San Francisco, and at all Coupon Ticket Offices of Central 
'Pacific, Union Pacific, and all Western Railroads. 

New York Office. No. 415 Broadway. Boston Office, No. 5 State Street. 
Omaha Office, 513 14th Street. Council Bluffs Office at Chicago and North- 
Western and U. P. R. R. Depots. San Francisco Office, 2 New Montgomery 
Street. Chicago Ticket Offices: 62 Clark Street, under Sherman House; 75 
Canal, corner Madison Sheet; Kinzie Street Depot, corner West Kinzie and 
Canal Streets; Wells Street Depot, corner Wells and Kinzie Streets. 

For rates or information not attainable from your home tick>t agente, apply to 
MARVIN HUGHITT, W. H STENNETT, 

, General Manager. Chicago. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin & Plckan!'* 



Utah Directory Huntsville. 



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303 



HUNTSVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Aldoes R. farmer 
Allen Elijah, laborer 
Anderson Andrew, farmer 
Anderson John, laborer 
Anderson Gus. farmer 
Anderson P. C. wagonmaker 
Anderson Nels, farmer 

Bankman Dial, herder 
Bronson W" W. farmer 
P>rown James H. blacksmith 
Burrows Joseph, weaver 

Christensen H. farmer 
Christensen J. C. farmer 
Christian Hans, farmer 

Danielson P. farmer 

Emmerssen Jens, carpenter 
Emmerssen E. carpenter 
Emmerssen K. carpenter 
Erikson C. M. farmer 
Erikson Catherine, widow 
Evans Evan, farmer 

Fawsett Joseph, shepherd 
Felt Wm. farmer 
Felt John, farmer 
Frandsen Jens, blacksmith 
Frandsen Christopher farmer 

Garner David, farmer 
Geertsen Peter C. farmer 
Gibbons Thomas, farmer 
Grow Wm. laborer 
Grow John, herder 
Gunnison P. C. carpenter 

Hall Wm. stock raiser 
Hammond F. A. farmer 
Hammond F. B. stock raiser 
Hansen A. farmer 
Hansen B. farmer 
Hansen Anders, carpenter 



Hansen Peter, shoemaker 
Hansen Christopher, farmer 
Hansen Niels, farmer 
Hawkins James, farmer 
Heder John, farmer 
Heder J. W. farmer 
Hendrikson R. cooper 
Hendrikson James, laborer 
Hislop George, farmer 
Hislop George, stone cutter 

Ingstrong M. shoemaker 
Isaacson J. carpenter 

Jacobsen P. farmer 
Jensen Mads, shoemaker 
Jensen Anders, basket maker- 
Jensen Mrs. K. widow 
Jensen R. farmer 
Jespersen Larsen, carpenter 
Johansen M. farmer 
Johnson Charles, farmer 
Jorgensen Jens, butcher 
Jorgensen Hans, blacksmith 

Knudsen Niels, farmer 

Larsen Jorgen, bootmaker 
Larsen Lars, farmer 
Larsen Erik, farmer 
Larsen Lars, laborer 
Loffgreen Benjaman, laborer 
Loffgreen A. P. farmer 
Loffgreen P. farmer 
Lund H. P. shoemaker 

Madsen Chris, carpenter 
Madsen Jorgen, retired farmer 
McKay Angus, farmer 
McKay David, sheep raiser 
McKay Isaac, sheep raiser 
Mortensen A. P. farmer 
Mortensen N. C. butter dealer 
Mortensen N. W. farmer 



furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U. & K, D, Barratt Bros, S. L. City 



California Lasso Saddles WaUin & Piekard, Salt Lake City. 



304 



Utah Directory Huntsville. 



Muggison P. wooden shoe mk'r 
Munson P. farmer 

Nelson L. M'. tinsmith 
Nielsen Lars, farmer 
Nielsen J. weaver 
Nielson Jens, blacksmith 

Olsen H. P. butcher 
Olsen Gus. farmer 

Pedersen Jacob, farmer 
Pedersen Soren, merchant 
Pedersen P. farmer 
Pederson Soren, farmer 
Pedersen Lars, wagon maker 
Perry Josiah, farmer 
Petersen Chris, merchant 
Petersen Hans, farmer 
Petersen Jens, farmer 
Petersen Lars, farmer 
Petersen Hans, farmer 
Peterson Lars, basket maker 
Peterson Bent, watchmaker 
Peterson P. laborer 
Powell M. farmer 
Priessen James, sawyer 

Rasmussen B. wagon maker 
Rasmussen P. C. mason 
Rasmussen D. farmer 
Rasmussen Jorgen, farmer 



Reiberg C. F. carpenter 

Schade C. F. farmer 
Schouels Chris, farmer 
Schow Hans, farmer 
Sekowby R. farmer 
Slater William, lumberman 
Slater Albert, laborer 
Slater Thomas, engineer 
Smith John F. farmer 
Sorenson Chris, cabinet maker 
Sprague L. plasterer 
Stowell George, farmer 

Thurston M. blacksmith 
Tirengreen A, farmer 
Tirengreen J. teamster 
Tracy Eli, teamster 

Vangaard P. farmer 
Vangaard J. farmer 

Wangsgaard C. C. mason 
Wangsgaard C. farmer 
Wangsgaard P. S. farmer 
Wheeler Joseph, carpenter 
Wilson John, shingle maker 
Winter J. P. C. farmer 
Wood Charles, farmer 
Wright Charles, schoolmaster 

Yeamans Thomas, lumberman 
Yeamans Wm. shingle maker 



HUNTSVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Anderson P. C. wagon maker 
Brown James H. blacksmith 
Burrows J. weaver and dyer 
Frandsen Jens, blacksmith 
Hammond F. A. stock raiser 
Hansen Peter, shoemaker 
Henrickson R. cooper 
Ingstrong M. shoemaker 
Jensen Mads, shoemaker 
Jensen Anders, basket maker 
Jorgensen Jens, butcher 



Jorgensen Hans, blacksmith 
Larsen J. bootmaker 
Mortensen N. C. butter dealer 
Muggison P. wooden-shoe mk'r 
Nelson L. M. tinsmith 
Nielsen I. weaver 
Olsen H. P. butcher 
Petersen Soren, general mdse 
Pedersen Lars, wagon maker 
Petersen Chris, general mdse 
Petersen Lars, basket maker 



Look for Name, GEO. JDUNFOHD, Salt Lake City. 



Nobby Hiding Saddles and Bridles, Wallin & Pickard, 8. L. City 



Utah Directory North Ogden, 



305 



Petersen Bent, watchmaker Wilson John, shingle maker 

Rasmussen B. wagon maker Yeamans T. lumber dealer 
Slater Wm. lumber dealer Yeamans Wm. shingle maker 



NORTH OGDEN. 

This is a prosperous farming district situated from seven to 
eight miles north of Ogden in a hollow surrounded by stupen- 
duous heights. The population is scattered over an extensive area 
and is estimated to be over 1,000. North Ogden has four dis- 
trict schools which are popular with the settlers who make great 
effort to secure for them a large attendance. Good crops are 
almost sure on the surrounding farms, while the hay and pasture 
lands are so well watered by copious springs that the product is 



large. 



NORTH OGDEN DIRECTORY. 



Alvord O. farmer 

Bailey John, farmer 
Bailey William, farmer 
Barker Henry, farmer 
Barker James, farmer 
Barker Newman, farmer 
Barnett A. farmer 
Barnett George, farmer 
Berrett H. C. farmer 
Berrett Samuel, farmer 
Berrett Alfred, farmer 
Berrett Richard, farmer 
Berrett Robert, farmer 
Blodget Lyman, farmer 
Brown Thomas, carpenter 
Brown Thomas, farmer 
Brown Bros, farmers 
Brown Hiram, farmer 
Brown John, farmer 
Burton Joseph, shoemaker 

Campbell John, farmer 
Campbell Jonathan, farmer 



Campbell I. farmer 
Cazier Frederick, farmer 
Cazier Benjamin, merchant 
Chadwick Abraham, farmer 
Chard Henry T. farmer 
Clifford Franklin, farmer 
Cragin Wilson, farmer 
Cragin Wilford, farmer 
Cragin Riley, farmer 
Cragin Willard, farmer 
Cutler H. farmer 

Daniels John, farmer 
Deamer James, farmer 
Dean George, school teacher 
Dean Samuel, merchant 
Driscoll Richard, stock raiser 
Dudman F. general mdse 

Ellis Edmond, butcher 
Ellis Edward, farmer 
Ellis F. W. painter 
Evans David, farmer 

Ferrin E. farmer 



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<ralc Mr. farmer 
'.Garner Edward, farmer 
Garner David, farmer 
'Garner William, farmer 
Girard William, farmer 
iGirard John, farmer 

Hickenlooper John, farmer 
Hill William, farmer 
Holmes Helen, widow 
Horton Bryant, farmer 

John J. farmer 
John Mrs. John, widow 
John David, farmer 
Johnson E. J. farmer 
Jones John, farmer 
Jones William, farmer 
Jones Richard Sen. farmer 
Jones R. Jr. farmer 

Knowles E. farmer 

Knowles & Packham, farmers 

Linford George, farmer 
Maycock Amos, bishop 
Montgomery Robert, farmer 
Montgomery W 7 illiam, farmer 
Montgomery A. farmer 
Montgomery Joseph, farmer 
Montgomery James, farmer 
Montgomery John, farmer 
Montgomery N. Justice Peace 
Mowers George, stock raiser 
Mower John, farmer 

Norval George, farmer 

Peckham John, farmer 
Painter Thomas, farmer 



Randall Alfred, farmer 
Randall Frank, farmer 
Rice James, farmer 
Rice John, farmer 
Richards Thomas, farmer 
Rol'ance Hyrum, farmer 
Reliance James, farmer 
Rose John, farmer 
Rose Hyrum, farmer 
Rose G, W. school teach jr 
Rose Rafe, blacksmith 

Shaw Edmond, farmer 
Shaw Orson, farmer 
Short A. farmer 
Short Oscar., farmer 
Spackmara Wm, farmer 
Sparks J. farmer 
Stevens Sidney, general nuls 
Storey James, clerk 

VanderliGof J. blacksmith 

Wade K W, Jr, farmer 
Wade Franklin, farmer 
Wade J. R. farmer 
Wade E, farmer 
Waldron L. school teacher 
Walker Ruth, peddler 
Ward James, farmer 
Warren Elihu, farmer 
Wheeler Calvin, stock raiser 
White Wm. farmer 
White I. farmer 
Williams L. farmer 
Williams E. farmer 
Williams Hiram, fanner 
Woodfield John, farmer 



NORTH OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Burton Joseph, shoemaker 
Cazier Fred, general mdse 
Dudman F. general mdse. 
Ellis Edmund, butcher 



Ellis F. W. painter 
Rose Rafe, blacksmith 
Stevens Sidney, general mdse 
Vanderhoof J. blacksmith 



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UINTAH. 

Although this is a small settlement of scarcely 200 people, it 
is one of importance to Weber County. Situated on the Union 
Pacific railroad it is the first railway station east of Ogden and is 
a point whence a great deal of produce is shipped from Utah to 
the East. It was first settled in 1852 and promised to be a much 
larger settlement, but several reverses and counter attractions 
elsewhere have caused a stoppage in its growth. It is a healthy 
-settlement, the climate is admirably adapted to fruit raising, and 
the enterprise of its citizens will yet make it a populous site, 

UINTAH DIRECTORY. 

Broadbent G. railroad man Jones John, farmer 

Browning David, farmer - 

Bybee John, laborer Kenda11 Wllham ' farmer 

Bybee B. farmer Lawrence M. farmer 

Byrnes M. farmer 

~. Penman William, farmer 

Chase Mahlon, laborer Prentiss B. freighter 

Clark W. railroad employee p riat Joh farmer 

Llark Mathew, farmer 

Cleveland W. N. agent U P Shufflebarzer H. railroad man 

Corey Charles, gardener Snively George, harness maker 

Corey George L. farmer Spaulding Ira N. bishop 

Corey Warren, farmer Spaulding Csesar, farmer 

Corey Amos, merchant Stoddard Franklin, laborer 

Daniels Theo. stock herder Stoddard Hyrum, stock raiser 

De La Baume C. farmer Stubbs John, farmer 

Dye S. shipper T Jod miner 

Dye Jonathan, apiarist 

Firth William, farmer Waldron Benjamin, dentist 

Wattis Edmund farmer 

Gale Robert, wagon maker Wilkinson Peter, laborer 

Hall William, farmer Wintle Joseph, farmer 

UINTAH BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Corey Bros, shippers produce Gale Robert, wagon maker 

De La Baume C. ship. " Snively George, harness maker 

Dye Samuel, shipper Waldron Benjamin, dentist 
Dye Jonathan, apiarist 



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10 Utah Directory Davis County. 



DAVIS COUNTY. 

This county is the smallest in the Territory, having an area of 
only about 250 square miles. It is located between Weber and 
Salt Lake Counties on the north and south; is bounded on the 
west by the Great Salt Lake and on the east by the Wasatch 
mountains. It thus consists of a strip of land stretching along 
the western base of a lofty range of mountains. The afternoon 
sun sheds its genial ray over the broad acres of rich soil that lie 
near the everlasting hills, maturing grain, fruit and vegetables 
before their natural time. In the deep canyons and ravines is 
found a supply of irrigating water that is usually all-sufficient, 
and also timber for fuel and building purposes. The Utah Cen- 
tral passes along the entire county, through well tilled farms and 
bounteous orchards laden with peaches, plums, apples, pears, etc. 
Of the arable land contained in Davis county there is but little 
that is not constantly under cultivation and the product of the 
farms has made the inhabitants thrifty and prosperous. It is the 
district through which all tourists pass on their way to Salt Lake 
City, and the impression that they receive from its aspect does 
more to frame their opinion of Utah and its thrift than is gen- 
erally conceded. Agriculture being almost solely the pursuit of 
the people of Davis county, it supports a number of large flour- 
ing mills and supplies much of the grain and flour that is ex- 
ported from the Territory. There are about 1 1 ,000 acres now 
under cultivation of which 3,500 are wheat and 4.000 hay and 
lucerne. The property valuation is but little short of a million 
dollars. The county officers are at present as follows: 

Probate Judge. Wm. R. Smith. 

Selectmen. Wm. Brown, Rosel Hyde, Jacob Miller. 

County Clerk. Joseph Barton. 

Recorder. Arthur Stayner. 

Treasurer. Ezra T. Clark. 

Surveyor. Joseph Barton. 

Assessor and Collector. Wm. Reeves. 

Superintendent District Schools. Chester Call. 

Sheriff. Horton D. Haight. 

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Coroner. Timothy B. Clark. 
Prosecuting Attorney. Win. S. Lewis. 

PRECINCT JUSTICES. 

South Precinct. Thomas F. Fisher. 
Bountiful Precinct. David O. Willey. 
Centreville Precinct Joel Parish. 
Farmington Precinct. James Loynd. 
Kaysville Precinct. John Gailey. 
Hooper Precinct. Levi Hammon. 
South Webjr Precinct. Thomas H. Peck. 

FARMINGTON, 

The county seat of Davis County, is eighteen miles north from 
Salt Lake City, on the Utah Central Railroad. It is a prosperous 
settlement and has a population of 1 ,000. There is a commodious 
and well built court house, three good schools and a large place 
of meeting; while some of the residencies are quite palatial. 

FARMINGTON DIRECTORY. 

Abbott Thomas, farmer Cottrell William, carpenter 

. ^, Cristerson Mads, carpenter 

Barrett Thomas, laborer 

Beark A. S. farmer Dobbs Mr. shoemaker 
Beark Alma, farmer T . , T , ,. . 
Bigler Adam, farmer ar J T e ? edl * h ' Blacksmith 
Burns John, teamster Earl J ohn ' blacksmith 
Butters James, farmer Gleason John, farmer 
Butters James, section man Glover W. F. teamster 
Cartwell Joseph, farmer plover William, farmer 
Clark H. D. farmer Goodyear Hyrum former 
Clark Ezra, farmer Grover Thomas, farmer- 
Clark E. T. farmer Gu S er R V rum > mason 
Clark T. B. merchant Hadfield Joseph, farmer 
Clawson George, wagonmaker Haight William, farmer 
Coombs Frederick, mer- Haight W. V. farmer 
ch ant Haight H. C. farmer 
Cottrell Joseph, laborer Haight H. D. farmer 
Cottrell Samuel, farmer Hallnsworth James, farmer 



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Utah Directory Farmington. 



Hardy William, farmer 
Hatfield George, farmer 
Hayes Nephi, farmer 
Hess J. W. bishop 
Hinman Henry, farmer 
Hinman Morgan, carpenter 
Holmes J. farmer 
Hugh Thomas, farmer 
Hugh William, farmer 
Hughes William, mason 
Hunt Thomas, merchant 

Isle Morris, farmer 

Jenkins Evans, farmer 
Jenkins Henry, farmer 
Jenkins Henry, freighter 
Jones John, carpenter 
Jones J. farmer 

Kennard L. school teacher 

Ladle William, farmer 
Leonard T. farmer 
Lyon James, farmer 

Marrow Thomas, farmer 
Marshall B. A. shoemaker 
Mayfield Oscar, farmer 
Merrill Thomas, laborer 
Millard James, section man 
Millardjohn, farmer 
Miller W. H. farmer 
Miller Jacob, farmer 
Miller Edgar, farmer 
Miller D. A. farmer 
Miller Joseph, farmer 
Mullinder Mrs. J. widow 

Obit D. blacksmith 
Owen Henry, laborer 

Palmer George, tailor 
Pease Edward, farmer 
Peart Jacob, farmer 

Rice L. G. farmer 



Richards E. F. farmer 
Richards M. J. farmer 
Richards S. L. farmer 
Richards G. F. farmer 
Richards Calvin, farmer 
Robinson J. L. fanner 
Rogers Thomas, farmer 
Rose A. farmer 
Rose R. F. farmer 

Shurtleff Albert, stock raiser 

Smith Edwin, farmer 

Smith A. farmer 

Smith George, laborer 

Smith Alma, farmer 

Smith E. A. farmer 

Smith T. S. farmer 

Smith Thomas, farmer 

Smith Wells, farmer 

Smith J. W. farmer 

Southworth Henry, miller 

Stayner Arthur, notary public 

Stevenson James, farmer 

Steed John, section man 

Steed Thomas, farmer 

Steed Alma, farmer 

Steed George, farmer 

Steed Henry, farmer 

Steed j. H. lumberman 

Steed Mrs. S. E. school teacher 

Steed James, farmer 

Steed John, farmer 

Steed Thomas, farmer 

Thomas Robert, gardener 
Tibbets Henry, farmer 
Tubb George, farmer 
Turner Henry, farmer 
Turner Charles, farmer 

Van Fleet Joseph, laborer 
Van Fleet C. farmer 

Walker L. painter 
Walker Joseph, tailor 



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Walker Walter, post master White Thomas, blacksmith 

Walker J. T. shoemaker Wickle Henry, laborer 

Wart on Alfred, mason Wilcox Henry, school teacher 

Watson W. H. section foreman Wilcox James, farmer 

Watton James, farmer Williams John, farmer 

Weed Gilbert, herder Williams D. R. carpenter 

Weiler Joseph, farmer Wise L. farmer 

Whipple Willard, farmer Wood John, merchant 
White John, farmer 

FARMINGTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Clark T. B. coal and salt Southworth H, flour mill 

Clawson G. wagon maker Stayner Arthur, notary public 

Earl J. & J. blacksmiths Steed J. H. lumber dealer 

Farmlngtori Co-op Store, Walker Joseph, tailor 

F. Coombs, supt. gen'l mdse Walker Walter, dry goods etc 

Hunt T. general merchandise Walker J. T. bootmaker 

Marshall B. A. bootmaker White Thomas, blacksmith 

Obit D. blacksmith Wood John, general mdse 
Palmer George, tailor 



BOUNTIFUL 

Is a charming settlement of 2,000. It is widely scattered, the 
residents being nearly all farmers and is from eight to ten miles 
from Salt Lake City. The town has been variously known un- 
der the names of Wood's Cross, Sessions and Bountiful, but it is 
now officially known by the latter appellation. The title is ap- 
propriate for the surrounding soil is bountiful in its yield of veg- 
etables, fruits and cereals. The settlement is supplied with a 
number of schools in the different wards and the average attend* 
ance among children of school age evinces the degree to which 
the education of youth is encouraged. The citizens are generally 
well to-do, quite on a par with the generality of farmers in the 
territory ; and it may be said of Bountiful, as of every part of 
Utah that has become permanently settled, that cases of absolute 
want are entirely unknown. The town has one of the finest 
meeting houses in the country. 

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BOUNTIFUL DIRECTORY. 



Abel Alexander, farmer 
. \dcock Charles, miller 
Aldrich Mrs. P. widow 
Anderson Andrew, farmer 
Anderson A. G. farmer 
Argyle Joseph, farmer 
Argyle J. Jr. farmer 
Aslett George, laborer 
Ashby Benjamin, farmer 
Ashdown Richard, laborer 
Ashdown W. Sr. farmer 
Ashdown William, larmer 
Atkinson Isaac, farmer 
Atkinson William, farmer 
Atkinson Amos, farmer 
Atkinson Thomas, farmer 

Atkinson W. N. L. farmer 
\ 

Ball Henry, gardener 
Barlow Israel, farmer 
Barlow J. H. farmer, 
Barlow I. Jr. farmer 
Barlow lanthus, farmer 
Beattie John, farmer 
Bensen John, farmer 
Birmingham Thomas, merchant 
Botrell J. T. gardener 
Boulton William, farmer 
Boynton Joseph, laborer 
Brampton E. laborer 
Briggs Thomas, gardener 
Briggs David, farmer 
Briggs Ephraim, farmer 
Broadbent John, music dealer 
Brown Mahonri, farmer 
Brown William, farmer 
Brown D. S. carpenter 
Bryson Samuel, gardener 
Buckland L. miner 
Buckland C. farmer 
Burdette William, tailor 
Burningham T. Jr. gardener 
Burningham Alfred, gardener 



Burningham James, gardener 
Burningham Arthur, gardener 
Burnham W. J. farmer 
Burnham L. S. farmer 
Burnham Arthur, farmer 
Burton George, stone cutter 
Burtenshaw John, farmer 
Buys Hyrum, school teacher 
Call Joseph, farmer 
Call Chester, bishop 
Call Anson, president Z C M J 
Call A. V. school teacher 
Carter Daniel, gardener 
Chapman W. H. stone mason 
Clark Mrs. S. P. widow 
Clark Samuel, laborer 
Clay Henry, laborer 
Cleverly James, fanner 
Coles John, painter 
Coltrin E. stock dealer 
Coltrin Mrs. S. widow 
Commander Thomas bricklayer 
Cook Mark, farmer 
Cook David, farmer 
Cook Amos, farmer 
Cook Edward, broom maker 
Cooper William, farmer 
Cooper John, miner 
Corbridge William, farmer 
Corbridge John, farmer 
Corbridge Edward, farmer 
Crosby J. K. farmer 
Crosby J. K. Jr. farmer 
Dale Joseph, well digger 
Dalrymple Edgar, farmer 
Davids James, laborer 
Davis Daniel, farmer 
Dawson John, gardener 
Dawson Joseph, farmer 
Day Joseph, farmer 
Day James, farmer 
Dilley D. B. laborer 



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Dilley Mrs. widow 
Duerden Richard, trader 
Duncan Mrs. H. widow 
Dunlape James, laborer 
Dunlape William, laborer 
Dusten Seth, farmer 

I Cast Henry, laborer 
Easthope John, section man 

Cllis Stephen, farmer 

Cllis John, farmer 

Cllis J. H. farmer 

Cllis Mrs. H. widow 

Cvans John, clerk 

wans David, tailor 

'ackrell James, farmer 
r ackrell J. C. farmer 
arnham Mrs. C. widow 
^airbanks Amos, farmer 
"isher T. F. Justice of Peace 
"isher Mrs. T. W. widow 
"ishcr T. F. farmer 
'isher John, farmer 
Moulds Mrs. M. widow 
Freestone John, gardener 

Garrett William, brick maker 
Garrett Henry, brickmaker 
Goodfellow John, farmer 
Goodfellow Mrs. S. widow 
Grant J. M. farmer 
Grant Louis, Justice of Peace 
Grant William, farmer 
Green Richard, farmer 
Green H. laborer 
Green James, farmer 

Hack James, farmer 
Hale S. Jr. farmer 
Hales S. stone cutter 
Hall Daniel, farmer 
Harrison John, shoemaker 
Harrison Charles, farmer 
Harrison H. A. mason 



Hart S. J. laborer 
Hart Samuel, farmer 
Hartley Richard, farmer 
Hartley Hyrum, farmer 
Hartley Charles, stone cutter 
Hatch Mrs. J. widow 
Hatch Orin, farmer 
Hatch Ephraim, farmer 
Hatch Ransom, farmer 
Hatch Stearns, constable 
Hatch Ancell, farmer 
Hayes Charles, brick maker 
Hayes Mrs. E. widow 
Henrie William, mechanic 
Hill William, laborer 
Holbrook B. farmer 
Holbrook Hyrum, farmer 
Holbrook J. J. gardener 
Holbrook J. L. farmer 
Holbrook Joseph, farmer 
Holt W. J. farmer 
Holt Joseph, farmer 
Holt William, shoe maker 
Hougan E. farmer 
Hougan Joseph, farmer 
Hougan Paul, farmer 
Howard William, farmer 
Howard Samuel, farmer 
Howard John, farmer 
Howard James, farmer 
Howard Thomas, farmer 

Jackson William, farmer 
Jackson William Jr. farmer 
Jacobsen Saron, carpenter 
James Thomas, farmer 
Jensen Jens, farmer 
Johnson I. laborer 
Jones Henry, wagon maker 
Jones William, farmer 
Jones C. R. tailor 

Kent S. B. farmer 

King B. W. wagon maker 



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Knighton Mrs. E, widow 
Knighton G. stocking maker 
Knighton Daniel, farmer 
Kinney James, laborer 
Kippen James, farmer 
Kirkham R farmer 
Kirkham Mark, laborer 
Kirkham John, carpenter 
Kynaston John, farmer 

Lee Daniel, farmer 
Lewis Enoch, farmer 
Lewis John, lumber dealer 
Lewis David, farmer 
Lincoln G. A. carpenter 
Lincoln Mrs. G. W. widow 
Loveland Mrs. S. wiow 

Mabey Joseph, farmer 
Mabey Albert, farmer 
Mann W. C. farmer 
Mantle Joseph, laborer 
Marett Mrs. M. E. widow 
Marshall Daniel, farmer 
Match it T. A. farmer 
McNeal Thomas, farmer 
McNeal John E. carpenter 
McNeal John, shoemaker 
Moss Daniel, farmer 
Moss John, farmer 
Moss John, Jr. farmer 
Moss Joseph, farmer 
Moss Robert, farmer 
Muir W. S. post master 
Muir William. Jr. bishop 
Muir Moses, constable 

Naylor John, laborer 
Naylor Samuel, section mao 
Nelmes William, laborer 
Nelson O'nels, farmer 
Nelson Neils, farmer 
Nevill J. H. plasterer 
Nevill J. plasterer 
Noble J. B. farmer 



Noble G. O. farmer 
Noble B. farmer 

Pace Edward, farmer 
Page Cyrus, farmer 
Page Alma r farmer 
Page H. farmer 
Page Thomas, farmer 
Page William, farmer 
Parkin W. J. farmer 
Parkin John, farmer 
Parish H. S. farmer 
Pearson C. E, attorney-at-law. 
Peel Benjamin, plasterer 
Penman John,, farmer 
Perkins M. farmer 
Perkins H. H. stock dealer 
Perkins J. farmer 
Phelps A J. writing teacher 
Prescott William, farmer 
Prescott Mrs. widow 
Pullen W T illiam, stone cutter 
Putman S. W. carpenter 
Putman H. G. gardener 

Rampton H. J. blacksmith 
Rampton Wm. maichine agent 
Rampton Henry, blacksmith 
Reynolds B. carpenter 
Ridges Alfred, laborer 
Riley A. farmer 
Rounds William, machinist 
Royders Robert, tinsmith 

Salter William, farmer 
Sessions P. farmer 
Sessions David, shoemaker 
Sessions Carlos, laborer 
Seul Joseph, carpenter 
Shill Hyrum, butcher 
Shirley Albert, carpenter 
Simons Edward, mason 
Simmons H. E. farmer 
Smedley S. sectionman U C 
Smith William, gardener 



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Staehli John, farmer 
Stoker Alma, farmer 
Stoker John, farmer 
Stoker David, farmer 

Tilford John, farmer 
Tilford Robert, farmer 
Thomas Edward, farmer 
Thurgood Thomas, farmer 
Thurgood W T illiam supt Z C M 
Thurgood John, clerk 
Tingey Henry, farmer 
Tolman J. farmer 
Tolman Judson, farmer 
Tolman Jaren, constable 
Turnbaugh John, farmer 
Turnbaugh Isaac, farmer 
Tuttle Newton, farmer 
Ure Robert, farmer 

Waddoups Mark, farmer 
Waddoups T. Jr. farmer 
Wall James, farmer 



Walton Thomas, school teacher 
Waite John, farmer 
Warwick Richard, Gardener 
Weight James, carpenter 
Willey D. O. justice of peace 
Willey Mrs. S. widow 
Willey J. farmer 
Willey Parley, farmer 
Willey W. W. farmer 
Winn D. G. miller 
Wiseman Mrs. L. widow 
Wiseman Hyrum, laborer 
Wood Daniel, farmer 
Wood S. farmer 
Wood John, farmer 
Wood T. laborer 
Wood Peter, farmer 
Wood James, shoemaker 
Wood J. G. farmer 
Wood D. C. farmer 
Wood H. C. farmer 
Wintle George, gardener 



HOUNTIFUL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Adcock Charles, flour mill 
Bountiful Co-op store. W. Thur- 
good supt. general mdsc 
Birmingham T. general mdse 
Broadbent John, musical mdse 
Burdette William, tailor shop 
Coltrin E. stock dealer 
Cook Edward, broom maker 
Duerden R. general mdse 
Evans D. tailor shop 
Garrett W. & H. brick makers 
Harrison John, shoemaker 
Hayes Charles, brick maker 
Jones Henry, wagon maker 
Jones C. R. tailor shop 
King B. W. wagon maker 
Knighton G. stocking maker 



Lewis John, lumber dealer 
McNeal John, shoe shop 
Pearson C. E. general mdsc 
Rampton H.blacksmith 
Rampton W. sewing machine 

agent 

Rounds William, machinist 
Royds Robert, tinsmith 
Sessions D. boot & shoe shop 
Shill H. butcher 
South and West Co-op store, 

W. S. Muir Jr. manager, 

general merchandise 
Thurgood Wm. notary public 
Winn D. G. flour mill 
Wood James, boot shop 



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CENTREVILLE 

Is situated midway between Farmington and Bountiful, at the 
point where the lake approaches nearest to the mountains. It is 
in the best of the farming districts and has no particular charac- 
teristics that do not belong to the other settlements of Davis 
County. The population is about 800 and supports two schools. 

CENTREVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Adams John, clerk 

Baird James, blacksmith 
Bartlett H. blacksmith 
Blaisdel R. farmer 
Brandon T. Jr. farmer 
Brandon Thomas, farmer 
Brown T. B. farmer 
Brown Alwood, mill man 

Carpenter S. carpenter 
Cepender William, carpenter 
Chase George, farmer 
Chase G. O. constable 
Cheney Z. farmer 
Cheney Nathan, bishop 
Cherry Joseph, farmer 
Cleveland Henry, carpenter 
Cleveland William, farmer 
Cleveland H. R. carpenter 
Coles J. H. painter 
Copener Wm. carpenter 
Crocord C. farmer 

Dalrymple Andrew, gardener 
Dalrymple Wm. farmer 
Dalton Henry, farmer 
Duel O. M. farmer 
Duncan Charles, mason 
Duncan Charles Jr. mason 
Duncan John, mason 

Evans Wm. farmer 
Evans Ben, farmer 
Evans P. farmer 



Ford Joseph, farmer 
Ford John, farmer 
France Joseph, farmer 

Garns M. carpenter 
Garns P. J. farmer 
Goodridge Willis, farmer 

Hanson N. farmer 
Harris T. H. farmer 
Harris John, carpenter 
Harris J. J. machinist 
Harris Thomas, laborer 
Hasson James, farmer 
Holland John, tailor 

Kesler Mrs. A. school teacher 
Kilbourne H. farmer 
Kittleman George, farmer 
Kittleman George, laborer 
Kofford C. A. teamster 
Kofford Chris, farmer 

Lucas James, farmer 

Miller James, laborer 
Miller J. W. farmer 
Mills Richard, farmer 
Mills F. farmer 

Ore A. shoemaker 

Page Syros, farmer 
Park Ira, farmer 
Parke John farmer 
Parke T. H. farmer 



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Parish J. farmer Smith W. R. farmer 

Paris Joel, justice of peace Smith John, farmer 

Parish S. J. farmer Spencer William, farmer 

Porter Mathews, farmer Spencer A. stock raiser 

Porter Nathan, farmer Spencer John, farmer 

Prophet Richard, shoemaker 

Tmgie Thomas, farmer 

Randall M. farmer ,. 

Reeves William, postmaster ^addoups " lomas ' laborer 
Reeves William, county assessor W , alt ? n J' rede " ck > farmcr 
Rigby Samuel, farmer ^ Martin, farmer 

Ri|by Samuel, laborer ^\ M. R. farmer 

Roberts B. H. school teacher ^ MiUon former 
Roland J. farmer Ward John, farmer 

Roland Stewart, farmer SM * ker 3 car P entcr 

Roland S. Jr. farmer Wi hams William, miner 

Williams William, farmer 

Simon Alexander Miller Wooley John, farmer 

Simons A. miller 

CENTREVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Baird James, blacksmith Holland John, tailor, 

Bartlett H. blacksmith Ore A. shoemaker, 

Brown Atwood, flour mill Prophet R. shoemaker 

Coles J. H. paint shop Reeves Wm. postmaster 
Harris J. J, machinist 



KAYSVILLE 

Is located at a point sixteen miles south of Qgdeit. It is the 
only incorporated city in the county and has a number of business 
enterprises. The town site is large and lies in a cheerful district 
where crops ripen early. The population is considerably scattered, 
but numbers, as near as can be judged, 1.500. There are three 
good schools and two places of worship. Following is the mun- 
icipal organization: 

Mayor. T. F. Roueche. 

Councilors. Rosel Hyde, Mark Beazer, John R . Barnes, John 

S. Smith, E. A. Williams. 
Recorder. Joseph Barton. 
Marshal. John Bennett 

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Treasurer. William Blood. 

Justices of the Peace. John Gailey, Alfred Alder. 

KAYSVILLE DIRECTORY. 



Adams Mr. farmer 
Alder Alfred, Jr. farmer 
Alder Alfred, blacksmith 
Allen William, mason 
Allison John, farmer 
Ashworth Richard, engineer 

Bailey John, farmer 
Barnes William, farmer 
Barnes J. R. Jr. clerk 
Barnes J. R. merchant 
Barnes R. F. clerk 
Barnes J. G. clerk 
Barnes W. J. farmer 
Barton John, carpenter 
Beaser Mark, farmer 
Beasley William, farmer 
Bennett John, constable 
Bennett C. D. carpenter 
Bennett John, farmer 
Bennett James, farmer 
Bennett Thomas, farmer 
Blood William, farmer 
Boddly Robert, farmer 
Bone William, farmer 
Booth Mrs. S. widow 
Boswell James, laborer 
Bosworth James, laborer 
Bosworth James, gardener 
Boynton Thomas, millwright 
Burton R. W. farmer 
Burton Peter, bishop 
Burton Christopher, farmer 
Burton J. A. farmer 
Butt James, farmer 

Campbell I. F. miller 
Chapman George, farmer 
Checketts Charles, farmer 



Checketts William, wagon 

maker 
Checketts Charles, wagon 

maker 

Cottrell Edward, plasterer 
Crockett William, farmer 

De Shazo John, carpenter 

Egbert John, farmer 
Egbert William, farmer 
Egbert Joseph, farmer 
Egbert Andrew, farmer 
Ellison John, farmer 

Flint William, farmer 
Flint John, farmer 
Foxley Wm. farmer 

Gailey David, farmer 
Gailey John, farmer 
Galbreth William, farmer 
Graham A. section man 
Green Thomas, farmer 
Green Albert, farmer 
Green John, farmer 
Green James, farmer 

Hardwood James, laborer 
Harris Thomas, farmer 
Harwood J. farmer 
Holbrook A. N. pump maker 
Holbrook J. A. pump maker 
Hude Rosel, farmer 
Hudson John, farmer 
Hudson G. M. farmer 
Hyde R. farmer 

James Morgan, sectionman 
Jones Mr. stone cutter 
Johns John, laborer 



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321 



Lay ton Hyrum, farmer 
Layton John, farmer 
Layton C. Jr. farmer 
Layton S. J. blacksmith 
Layton Charles, carpenter 
Layton Christopher, merchant 
Lee Mrs. M. widow 
Lenford M. farmer 
Lewis Thomas, carpenter 
Maylin Hyrum, farmer 

Payne W. L. farmer 
Payne J. L. farmer 
Payne W. R. farmer 
Phillips Thomas, farmer 
Phillips Alma, farmer 
Phillips Edward, farmer 
Phillips E. farmer, 
Phillips T. H. farmer 

Reeves Nathan, farmer 
Roberts Levi, farmer 
Robins James, farmer 
Rogers T. blacksmith 
Roueche John, farmer 
Roueche F. F. mayor 

Simmons John, farmer 



Smith J. S. farmer 
Smith W. B. farmer 
Smith James, farmer 
Smith William, whip maker 
Smith J. S. counselor 
Stewart Bros, general mdse 
Stewart William, shoemaker 
Stuart Charles, farmer 
Stuart C. T. farmer 
Swan George, secretary U C 
Swan Mrs. M. agent U C 

Tailor Levi, farmer 
Underwood James, mason 

Wade Robert, mason 
Walker J. J. painter 
Walsh Joseph, farmer 
Warren Thomas, farmer 
Warren James, farmer 
Webb Edmond, farmer 
Webster William, farmer 
Webster Levi, farmer 
Webster George, farmer 
Weinal John, miller 
Williams Albert, general mdse 
Wirr James, farmer 
Woolsey William, laborer 



KAYSVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Alder Alfred, blacksmith 
Barnes J. R. general mdse 
Boynton Thomas flour mill 
Checketts Wm. wagon maker 
Cheketts Chas. wagon maker 
Farmer's Co-operative, Stewart 

Bros, managers, gen. mdse 
Holbrook Bros, pump makers 



James Morgan, general mdse 
Layton S. J. blacksmith 
Rogers T. blacksmith 
Stewart William, boot maker 
Walker J. J. paint shop 
Weinal John, flour mill 
Williams Albert, general mdse 



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UtaJi Directory Beaver County. 323 



BEAVER COUNTY. 

This is one of the south-western counties, being about 200 
miles south of Salt Lake City. It is bounded on the north by 
Millard County, on the East by Piute County, on the south by 
Iron County and on the west by the State of Nevada. The only 
portion of the county that is open to cultivation is that near the 
Beaver river and its tributaries, the remainder being mountain 
and desert country with some ranges for cattle. The population 
of the county is 5,000. During the last seven years, there have 
been organized in the county some eighteen mining districts; of 
these there are now seven in which developments are going on. 
Nearly all of the mines are valued for their silver and lead but 
there are, besides, mines of copper, bismuth, plumbago, etc., and 
in Beaver Lake, Rocky and Star districts are some notable iron 
mines from which large quantities of ore are shipped to Frisco 
for fluxing purposes. Following are the county officers : 

Probate Judge. William J. Cox. 

Selectmen. James Low, M. L. Shepherd, Elias H. Blackburn. 

County Clerk. William Fotheringham. 

Assessor and Collector. Josiah Rogerson. 

County Recorder. D. L. McDonough. 

Sheriff. Peter L. Lott. 

Superintendent of Schools. J. P. Lee. 

Coroner. George Hales. 

Treasurer. James H. Skinner. 



PRECINCT OFFICERS. 
Precinct. Justices. Constables. 



Beaver. 


S. A. Wixom. 




Greenville. 


Alma Barton. 


Joseph Morris. 


Adamsville. 


A. J. Ingramen. 


George E. Chaffin. 


Minersville. 


Wm. Wood Sen. 


George Richards. 


Millford. 


W. H. Lighthall. 


James McGeary. 


Grampion. 


Mr. Pratt. 


James VanCamp. 



Orders Solicited, Bottom, Prices, at Geo. Dunford' 



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324 Utah Directory Heaver City. 



BEAVER CITY, 

The county seat of Beaver County, is one of the solid cities of 
the south. It has a population of over 2,000, and the citizens are- 
enterprising and industrious. Beaver has a daily newspaper, the 
Chronicle, edited by D. Tyler, Esq., and it is to the credit of the 
citizens of so small a place that they are willing to support such 
an institution. It is also the seat of the Second Judicial District, 
Jacob S. Boreman, Judge; J. R. Wilkins, Clerk; William Stokes, 
Deputy U. S. Marshal. There is, besides the Mormon meeting 
houses, a church of the Methodist Episcopalian denomination. 
Rev. George E. Jayne, pastor; and a mission school of the same 
faction, Miss Ida E. Bar dwell, principal. There are two other 
good schools that receive full attendance and Beaver can also 
boast of a theatre under the proprietorship of Mr. Joseph E. 
Fields. We give below the names of those who constitute the 
municipal organization: 

Mayor. H. A. Skinner. 

Councilors. B. A. Arthur, A. M. Farnsworth, M. L. Shep- 
herd, Thomas Frazier, W. J. Allred. 
Clerk, Wilson G. Nowers. 
Recorder. Wilson G. Nowers, 
Marshal. P. L. Lott. 
Assessor and Collector. J. Rogerson. 
City Justices. Daniel Tyler and D. Miller. 

BEAVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Beaver Woolen Factory Denny Presly, attorney-at-law 

Beaver Tannery, Saml. STaugh- Dowling & Flood, druggists 

ter, proprietor Evans John, blacksmith 

Bettenson Joseph, hotel Fields Joseph, prop', theatre 

Bird C. carpenter and builder Feimemore & Co, general 
Blackner H. butcher merchandise 

Christian J. W, physician and Fennemore Saml. grain dealer 

attorney-at-law Fisher A. A. brewery 

Coombs & Wand, paint shop Hall Harry, watchmaker and 
Cooperative store, general mdse jeweler 

Coplan Willis, lumber dealer Harris C. C. & Co, lumber men 

Crouch Mrs. E. C. milliner Hawley C. M. attorney-at-law 



Mattresses, all kinds. Imported and made to order, Barratt Br<y, 



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325 



Holt VV. carpenter and builder 
Jackson S. Sr. harness dealer 
Jones W. L. physician 
Jones W. P. tinware, stoves 
Keys R. & Son, wagonmakers 
Livingston M. general mdse 
Low & Goodwin, butcher shop 
Matthews E. C. hotel 
McDonough D. L. liquor dealer 
Monohan M. saloon 
Olmsted depy. U. S. surveyor 
Owen George, painter 
Rogerson J. phonographer 



Selig & Simon, groceries and 

liquors 
Smith A. W. dentist and physi- 

cian 

Smith Richard, boot & shoe shop 
Stokes George, post master 
Thompson W. Sr. grain dealer 
Tyler D. editor Chronicle 
Von Behr C. saloon 
Woodhouse C. C. Sr. gen- 

eral merchandise 
WoodhouseC. C. Jr. commision 

merchant 




DEALER IN 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots 

ami Shoes, lotions, Crockery, Glass- 

ware, Mai, Clothing, Etc., Etc. 



ADAMSVILLE 

Is a small Town of not over 200 population, on the Beaver river, 
8 miles from Beaver City. The population is scattered over a 
large area. 

Himkins James, blacksmith Joseph J. H. general mdse 
FORT CAMERON. 

This, the second military post in Utah, is situated on the bench 
at the mouth of Beaver Canyon, one and a half miles from 
Beaver City. It is sufficiently large to accommodate many hun- 
dreds of troops, the barracks, hospital, officer's houses, etc., be- 
ing substantially built of solid rock. Three companies of the 
1 4th Infantry are stationed here. The officers are as follows: 

Lieutenant Colonel H. Douglas, commanding post 
Geo Dunford, the popular Root Fitter and Hatter 



Wallln & Pickard carrj fall lines Trotting and Racing Goods 



326 Utah Directory Frisco. 



Captain D. Krouse, commanding Company G. 

(Lieutenants of Company G. absent.) 

Captain J. Kennington, commanding Company B. 

First Lieutenant, J. J. Murphy. 

Second C. F. Lloyd. 

Captain D. W. Burke, commanding Company C. 

First Lieutenant, absent. 

Second L. E. Goodwin. 

Captain S. G. Cowdrey, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A. 

Kach Company has about 54 men. 

FRISCO. 

This is entirely a mining town and is located in San Francisco 
Mining District, 50 miles west of Beaver City. It is situated on 
the eastern base of the San Francisco mountains, and has all the 
elements of a permanent mining camp. The Utah Southern Ex- 
tension R. R. that is now in course of construction, will run from 
Chicken Creek, the final terminus of the U. S. R. R., to Frisco. 
San Francisco district was organized in August, 1871, a number 
of promising lodes having been already partially developed. Of 
these, however, because of the prevailing depression in mining 
matters, but few are in active course of development. The one 
great mine of the region is the 

HORN SILVER MINE. 

This wonderful deposit of silver and lead has attracted the inter- 
est and attention of mining men throughout America. Five 
levels have been made in the mine, the lowest being 323 feet be- 
low the surface. These have been run parallel with the vein var- 
ious lengths from 180 to 500 feet; and each have been drifted and 
cut across the ore body, the shortest distance being 5 5 feet, the 
longest 100 feet, and no place has yet been found between the 
walls that has shown an ounce of waste rock! As far as the 
levels have been run on the strike of the vein, the ore has re- 
mained unchanged and of remarkably even quality; while the 
drifts and cross-cuts have not yet determined the width of the 
ledge. There is nothing in the mine but good ore. There is no 



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Utah Directory Frisco. 32; 



dump. The grading for the whim, the magazine, store houses, 
carpenter shop and other houses is all in mineral and they arc 
built on a foundation of solid ore. The most careful measure- 
ments by professional experts have framed the statement that 
there is in sight in the mine, 9,000,000 cubic feet of solid ore 
weighing 900,000 tons. Assays of the run-of-mine of January 
and February of this year have shown the average of all ores to 
be 60.98 ounces silver and 31.90 per cent. lead. This average 
value, being higher than that from former runs, indicates that the 
Horn Silver mine is no exception to the general rule and tha' 
the ore grows richer as depth is attained. The workings of the 
mine also prove that the vein is of greater extent in the deep. 
The ores are sufficiently varied in their nature as to require clas- 
sification into milling, leaching and smelting ores. Of these, the 
former two kinds are most devoid of lead but are considerably 
the richer in silver. The latter forms, however, the bulk of the 
deposit; and a careful and exhaustive estimate of the value per 
ton of the smelting ore already produced and of that in sight 
brings a reliable average of 51 ounces silver per ton and 43.50 
per cent. lead. ' The leeway that is to be given for the cost of 
reducing these ores, is something that must be judged by the 
reader. Most buyers are willing to take ore at its full price in 
silver for the sake of the lead when the latter reaches 40 per 
cent. Put the silver at $ I. oo per oz., which is below its market 
price, and the value of the ore in sight in the Horn Silver mine 
reaches nearly to $46,000,000, or nearly twice as much as the 
assessed value of all the other real estate, private and personal 
property, horned stock, etc., in the entire territory! This consti- 
tutes an exposure of ore larger than any yet known to mining 
history in any part of the world. The mine is the property of 
the Horn Silver Mining Company, having the following officers : 

PRESIDENT. A. BYRAM. 

VICE-PRESIDENT. M. CULLEN. 

TREASURER. A. G. CAMPBELL. 

SECRETARY. D. RYAN. 

CASHIER AND BUSINESS AGENT. H. W. MORSE. 



The place for Hat a. Caps & Gloves, Ceo. Dan font. 



328 Utah Directory Horn Silver Mining Co. Advertisement. 



HORN SILVER MINING CO 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



Groceries, Hry Goods, 



AND 




MINING SUPPLIES 



OF 



MAIN STREET, - FRISCO, UTAH . 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Piekard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Ftisco. 329 

SUPERINTENDENT AT MINE. M. L. CODY. 

In connection are the Frisco Reduction works, superintended 
by George Williams, which run on the ore from the mine almost 
exclusively. 

Frisco supports a number of business enterprises of import- 
ance, possessing a good bank, several large stores, etc., as below 
mentioned: 



Barrett John, meat market 
Boatright Wrn. wheelwright 
Bowen H. livery stable 
Burke J. M. cashier Frisco 

Banking Co 

Campbell, Cullen & Co., 
general mdse. (see adv. of 
Horn Silver Mining C&.) 
Dodd Bros, meat market 
Easly & Turley, livery stable 
Terrell J. J. propr. Inter- 
national Hotel 
Frisco Reduction Works, W. 

L. Raht, manager 
Frisco Banking Co, J. M, 

Burke, cashier 
Frisco Smelting Co., W, S, 
Godbe, mang'r, B. Y. Hamp- 
ton, supt. M. Atkins, agent 
Godbe F. assayer 
Grant J. F. general mdse 
Hagar R. T. & Co, grocers 



Hopkins R. R. Frisco store, 

general merchandise 
Humphrey & Kelly, saloon 
Kelly S. D. saloon 
Kelly E, resturant 
Lindsay & Co, saloon 
Lipscomb R. S. Justice Peace 
McKay & Grace, blacksmith 
Meek W. H. druggist 
Mulloy P. A. saloon 
Norton Thomas, physician 
Olsen & Forgie, grain and pro 

visions 

Ormand M. saloon 
Or maud & Lovett, stationers 
Pattie & Goldstein, general mdse 
Richardson J. S. saloon 
Ryan P. saloon 
Savior & Co, brewery 
Simpson E. assayer 
Stoddard M. restaurant 
Vail D. D. hair dresser 
West C. W. saloon 



JP* 3E1.3E 3 O 



t 
Frisco, Beaver County, Utah. 

DO A GKNERAL BANKING AND 
COLLECTING BUSINESS. 

M. ffiHEKBt Cashier, 



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Shoe Leather & findings, W< L. Pickard, 8. L. riff/. 



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Utah Directory Minersvitle. 



MINERSVILLE 

Is 1 8 miles west from Beaver City. It was originally a mining 
town supported by the silver-lead mines of the vicinity, but the 
low price of lead has caused mining interests here to become of 
little importance. It is now an agricultural settlement of 500 
population, and would be larger but for the meagre water supply, 



Brewer John, general mdse 
Clayton F. R. wagon maker 
Clayton R, R. blacksmith 
Croft B. L. blacksmith 
Lessing Lerois, liquor dealer 



Lightner A. liquors and saloon 
Moore Wm. general mdse 
Rollins James H. post 

master 
Weeden Charles, shoemaker 



Lightner Mrs. M. E. general Wood Wm. supt coop store 
merchandise 



D. Day Estate, 



John R. Barnes. 



D. L. Davis, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, 
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS 

HARDWARE, ETC. 



We call the attention of the Trade and the General Public to our 
Immense Stock. We sell as low as any house in Utah. 

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Utah Directory Beaver County. 331 



BOX ELDER COUNTY. 

This is one of the largest of the northern counties. It is 
bounded on the east by Cache county, on the west by the State 
of Nevada, on the north by Idaho territory, and on the south by 
Weber county, the Great Salt Lake and Tooele county. The 
Central Pacific R. R. enters Box Elder county at the Hot Springs 
a few miles north of Ogden, and runs westward along the lake 
shore to Nevada. At the same point the Utah and Northern R. 
W. diverges to the northward, passing through the county on its 
way to Cache. A large district in the south-western portion of 
the county is rendered a blank by the Great American Desert, 
but to the north-west the range is excellent, and in the moun- 
tainous districts are some valuable mines and fine timber. The 
mineral resources have not been largely developed but there are 
indications of silver, lead, copper, iron, and even coal that may 
prove valuable on more complete investigation. The portion of 
the county which has the largest population, and which is being 
fully developed in its agricultural features is the region basing 
the Wasatch. Here a number of thriving settlements give a 
large yield of the fruits of the earth, grain and other cereals be- 
ing raised with remarkable success. Experiments have proven 
the soil to be suitable for every variety of small grain, and no 
other county has paid so much attention to the raising of rye, 
buckwheat, flax, etc. The county seat is Brigham City. The 
property valuation in 1878 was $2,038,557. . , 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Probate Judge. J. D. Burt. 
Selectman. George W. Ward. 
Sheriff. C. C. Loveland. 
Attorney. E. A. Box. 
Assessor.: M. D. Rosenbaum. 
Collector. R. L. Fishburn. 
Coroner. D. M. Burbanks. 

Rarratt Brott., furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



332 Utah Directory G. F. Culmer's Advertisement. 




SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH.] 

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Paints &; Oils, 



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LINSEED OIL, 
CASTOR OIL,. 
FISH OIL, 

OAL OIL, 

LUBRICATING OIL, 
SPIRITS TURPENTINE, 
WHITE LEAD, dry and in Oil, 
ZINC WHITE, 
PUTTY, 

UMBER, Raw and Bu,n.ed r 
SIENNA, Raw and Bitrned r 
VANDYKE BROWN, 

AMP BLACK, 
COACH BLACK, 
IVORY BLACK r 
PRUSSIAN B ;AJE, 
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JHROMO YELLOW, L. M. & O. 
NDIAN RED, 
VENETIAN RED, 
AMERICAN VERMILLION, 
ENGLISH VERMILLION,, 
YELLOW OCHRE ROCHriLLE, 

ARIS GREEN, 
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XTSTEMPER COLORS, all shades 
LIGHT OAK, Graining Colot, 
)ARK OAK, Graining Color, 
VALNUT, Graining Color, 
VINDOW BLIND GREEN, 
IOSE PINK, 
'ARIS WHITE, English, 
'ARIS WHITE, American, 



WHITING, EXTRA, Gilders, 
WHITING. Gilders, 
WHITING, Commercial, 
GLUES, Ten Grat.lt*, 
WEARING BODY VARNISH, 
COACH BODY VAUNISH, 
HARD RUBBING VARNISH, 
ENAMEL LEATHER - 
LIGHT COACH VARNISH, 
RUBBING BODY " 
NO, 1. COACH VARNISH, 
GOLD SIZE JAPAN \ AuNISH, 
COACH JAPAN VARNISH, 
EX. WHITE DAMAR 
NO. 1. DAMAR VARNISH, 
EX. FURNITURE VARNISH, 
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EX. COACH VARNISH, 
ASPHALTUM VARNISH, 
WALNUT STAIN VARNISH, 
JAPAN T. VARNISH, 
JAPAN B. VARNISH, 
TKUNK VARNISH, 
SHELLAC VARNISH, 
BRUSHES, Full Lines, 
PUTTY KNIVES, 
GLAZIERS' POINTS,. 
GUM SHELLAC, 
SAND PAPERS, all numbers. 
GLAZIERS' DIAMONDS, 
GOLD AND SILVER LEAF, 
BRUNSWICK GOLD, 
DUTCH METAL, 
GOLD BRONZE, all numbers. 



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SHOW CASES, ETC., ETC. 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wailin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Corinne. 333 



BRIGHAM CITY 

Is 22 miles north from Ogden. It has a population of over 2,000. 
The situation is beautiful, being on a gentle rising from the plain, 
near the mouth of Box Elder canyon. There are many indus- 
tries in operation in Brigham City, all of which are conducted 
on the co-operative plan. The entire business movements of the 
city are incorporated into this institution which is one of the 
largest of the kind in Utah. It has a general merchandising es- 
tablishment, a fine woolen factory, a tannery, a boot and shoe 
factory, tailor shop, flour and saw mills, flocks and herds, dairy, &c. 

Brigham City Co.op Institut'n Pett Wm. supt. woolen mills 
Christensen A. attorney-at-law Wrighton W. H. &. Co. bld'rs 
Horsley Wm. general mdse 

CALL'S FORT 

Is suburban to Brigham city and is a small village immediately 
to the north of that place. The population is probably 100 families. 

Allen Jude, postmaster Hunsaker A. general mdse 

Baty R. H. stock dealer May James, lumber dealer 

CORINNE 

Is an incorporated city located at the point where the C. P. R. R. 
crosses Bear river, about 6 miles south west of Brigham City. 
There is estimated to be 100,000 acres of first class land in and 
around Corinne which is capable of producing, nine years out of 
ten, good round crops of fall wheat, barley, oats, rye, corn and 
other cereals. Abundant water for irrigating purposes can also 
be relied upon from the Bear river, whose constant supply can be 
carried to farms by means of windmills and canals. Corinne has 
already constructed a canal at a cost of $16,000 which is capable 
of irrigating at least 6,000 acres. Dr. F. E. Roche, one of the 
largest farmers of the section, has tried this water with success 
and is now working a farm of 5,000 acres, 300 acres being in 
promising wheat and other cereals, and 200 acres in Alfalfa and 
other grasses. But, although Dr. Roche has every facility for 
irrigating in dry seasons, he claims to get better results and 
greater satisfaction from dry farming. On the river bottoms, 

Geo. IHwford, Boots, Shoes & Hats, Salt L ake City 



itest Tenni Harness made b) Wallia & Pickard, 8alt Lake Citj- 



334 Utah Directory Corinne. 



hundreds of acres are available for corn and garden plants of all 
kinds. 

Corinne is a market point for the whole of the Bear River and 
Malad Valleys, all kinds of produce there meeting with ready- 
purchasers who pay cash invariably. Corinne also claims great 
facilities and offers inducements to parties outfitting for the Snake 
and Salmon River countries. Many persons are mutually in- 
terested in the above districts and a daily stage leaves Corinne 
for Challis, Oneida, Malad and the eastern part of Idaho. These 
are the main supports of this enterprising city. There are but 
few occupants of Corinne who are not actively engaged in busi- 
ness, and the amount of capital exchanged annually is far beyond 
the general estimate. 

Conspicuous among the active enterprises of Corinne is the 
wholesale slaughtering house of H. C. Merritt & Co. This firm 
occupies a capacious slaughtering house between the river and 
the track of the C. P. R. R. Their building is connected with 
the above road by a switch track in order to fill, with the least 
possible trouble, eight refrigerator cars which the firm runs to the 
Pacific Coast. The business of H. C. Merritt & Co. consists 
chiefly in the buying and slaughtering of all fat cattle, for which 
they pay the ready money. In the past, many stock raisers of 
Northern Utah have found it to their advantage to dispose of their 
stock in this manner. The dressing and shipping capacity of 
this house is 750 head per month,- which quantity finds its way 
by this method to San Francisco, thus advancing the stock and 
mercantile interests of, Utah in no small degree. H. C. Merritt 
& Co. also slaughter and ship cattle to California on commission, 
guaranteeing sale and advancing money on same. Speculators 
frequently take advantage of this arrangement, being willing to 
take some risks in the hopes of a rising market. The meat is 
shipped, invariably by the car load, in Anderson's refrigerator 
cars, for the use of which this firm has the exclusion and which 
are the only cars that guarantee to carry meat in good condition 
at all times of the year. In shipping live stock, a car will carry 
but 1 8 or 20 head, but when dressed the capacity of a car is 40 

Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City-Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin & Piekard, 8. L. CItv 



Utah Directory Corinne. 



335 



head. The saving in freights is obvious and accounts for the 
success of the enterprise. 

Corinne supports, by municipal taxation, added to the terri- 
torial school tax, a free school that has an average attendance o* 
60 pupils. It also boasts a free bridge over Bear river, hoping 
thereby to induce travel through the city at the expense of 
Hampton's bridge where toll is charged. Following are the city 
officers : 

Mayor. J. VV. Guthrie. 

Councilors.- F. H. Church, L. Demers, W. C. Johnson, R. J. 
Osborn, D. H. Spencer Sr. A. Toponce, W. H. Turner. 

Treasurer, Assessor and Collector. W. R. Stover. 

Recorder. W. V. Helfrich. 

Marshal. -H. Johnson. 

Justice of the Peace. T, J. Black. 

CORINNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Albiez & Criswell, saloon 

Amschler M. brewery 

Black T. J. drugs, and post 
master 

Boulware J. B. feed stable 

Cass O. D., M. D. physician 

Central Hotel, M. E. Camp 
bell, proprietor 

Church F. H. grain and pro- 
duce 

Corinne Public School, 
W. R. Stover, principal 

Corinne Flour Mills, A. Top- 
once, proprietor 

Demers L. general mdse 

Ducheneau C. importer blood- 
ed stock 

Earhardt D. butcher shop 

Episcopal Church, H. H. Prout 
Pastor 

Episcopal School, Miss A. 
Lynch, principal 

Farmer J. D. general mdse 



Faust H. J. livery stable 

Guthrie J. W. banking house 

Guthrie & Addoms, gro- 
ceries and provisions 

Hadley E. R. hides, wool and 
furs 

Helfrich E. C. & Co, pro 
duce merchants 

Helfrich W. V. notary pub- 
lic and cashier Guthrie's bank 

Holmgren P. blacksmith 

Home F. J. shoe shop 

Johnson H. harness and sad- 
diery 

Johnson & Onderdonk, att'ys- 
at-law 

Keen C. A. furniture 

Luhn A. & Bros, dry goods 
and clothing 

Leiwes Henry & Co, gro- 
ceries and liquors 

Lorimer Wm. hairdresser 

Margin N. butcher shop 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Du ford 



Rubber A (told Plated Carriage Harness al -Vain n & PickarcT* 

336 Utah Directory Corinne. 

Merritt H. C. & Co, whole- Roche F. E. physician and 

sale slaughterers druggist 

Methodist Church, T. C. Sebree, Ferris & Holt, Bain 

I lift", pastor wagons etc. 

Osborne & Johnson, wagons Smith H. H. second hand and 

"and agricultural implements produce 

Presbyterian Church, S. L. Gil- Spencer H. W. P. hairdresser 

lespie, pastor Stover W. R. dentist 

Railroad House and bakery, Vanvalkenberg J. P. harness 

Newman & Boessel propr's shop 

Reinoehl & Co, tinners Winchell F. P. builder 



ID:E:M::E:R,S, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Dnj Goods, Groceries, Hardware fy Crockery, 

Gents 9 Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, 

Boots and "hoes Notions, Etc. 

Fine Teas, Provisions, Flour, Grain, Cutlery and Confectionery. 
- :o: - 

FINE STOCK OF CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGAES ALWAYS ON HAND. 



JOHN ADDOMS. G. W. GUTHRIE. 

GUTHRIE & ADDOMS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, Grain, Flour, Hardware 

......... AND ......... 



Ef* ILF T7T T^T> Tf*YT JP 
m Lrt Jtl.Ej.LlJ? AlVrXl C 

WHOLES ALK DEALERS IN 



BUTTER, EGGS AND POULTRY. 

- to: - 
Orders from a distance promptly attended to. 



HIGHEST PRICE PAID IN CASH FOR FARM PRODUCTS. 

CORINNE, - UTAH, 
F urniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, Barratt Bros, S. L. City 



California Lasso Saddles WaUli & Pickard, Salt Lake City 

Utah Directory Kelton and Mantua. 337 



DEWEYVILLE 

Is a farming settlement 15 miles north of Brigham city. There 
are not more than 50 families in the place; but it is growing and 
will one day be more populous. 

Child C. R. builder H.ouck Peter, shoemaker 

Dewey J. C. postmaster Lindsay K R. blacksmith 

Hampton House, James Stand- Marble & Gardner, general mdse 
ing, prop'r 

GROUSE CREEK 

Is a little settlement near Nevada on the old emigrant road. It 
is newly started, with about 30 families. It is a thriving place 
and other settlers are invited. As yet there is no store or mill. 

Crockett E. Justice of Peace Kimball S, H, Bishop 

HONEYVILLE 

Lies midway between Deweyville and Brigham City, about ten 
miles north of the latter. There are no stores. Abraham Hun- 
saker has a flour mill at this place. 

KELTON, 

On the Central Pacific Railroad, is about 75 miles from Brigham 
City. It is supported chiefly by the shipping of produce and 
outfitting. It is the terminus of the Utah, Idaho and Oregon 
stage line with daily stages extending to all points in Idaho, Ore- 
gon and Washington territory. 

Barnes N. E. blacksmith Rasvear James, hotel 

Conant, Ellsworth & Co, for- Schwobacker& Barnes, Monu- 

warding and commision ment Salt Works 

Frisby J. blacksmith Sebree, Ferris & Holt, wagons 

Howell R. dry goods, groceries Taylor & Harris, hotel 
Lewis & Co, general mdse U. I. & O. Stage Co, W. T. 

Biley W. T. drugs and sta- Riley, agent 

tionery 

MANTUA, 

One of the thriving settlements of Box Elder County, has a pop- 
ulation of between three and four hundred people. The support 
comes chiefly from farming, stock raising, cheese making, lime 

Look for Name, GJSO. DUNFORD, Satt Lake City. 

42 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Kadni? (ifoo<f< 



338 Utah Directory Promontory ond Smnvvillc. 

burning, etc. It is known on the maps as Capenhajen and is 
about five miles east of Brigham City. 

Anderson & Jepperson, wheel- Jeppersen R. N. tavern keeper 

wrights Jeppersen P. N. wheelwright 

Christensen M. musician Keller Margaret, milliner 

Christiansen F. builder Madsen A. lime kiln 

Christopherson J. blacksmith Mantua Cooperative Store, P. 
Hailing L. J. constable C. Jensen supt. general mdsir 

Hansen Mads, shoemaker Nielsen J. cabinet maker 

Jensen Peter, Justice of Peace Olsen O. musician 

Jensen P. C. postmaster Petersen P. F. poundkeeper 

Jensen Martin, cheesemaker Sorensen Hans, shoemaker 

Jensen J. stock herder Sorensen H. carpenter 

PLYMOUTH 

[s one of the smallest towns of Box Elder County. The only 
persons doing business there are the following : 

Piersoii H. D. gen'ral mdse Pierson & Sons, stock pen 
post office Mitchell J. general mdsc 

PORTAGE, 

A settlement on the Malad river, two miles south of the Ida 1m 
line and consequently the most northerly settlement in Utah. 

Anderson W. H. M, D. Portage Co-op, general mdse 

physician Reece Thomas, shoemaker 

Landon Charles, blacksmith Tims John, cooper 

PROMONTORY, 

Forty miles west of Brigham City on the C. P. R. R., has a post 
office and is considered a settlement, but it is composed entirely 
of ranches for the herding and pasturage of large stock-herds. 
King N. M. mdse. and hotel Stonehouse W. G. post office 

SNOWVILLE 

One of the small settlements of Box Elder County, is 20 miles- 
ftorth-east from Kelton on the old emigrant road and has the fol- 
lowing business men : 

Dille D. B. physician Houtz John, stock dealer 

Eynon John, wheelwright Jensen C. F. blacksmith 

Goodliffe A. generel mdse . Olson O. M, tailor 

Feathers &. Pillows assort3d,Mirrors, Brackets & Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Pair, 1878, Wallin & PSckard 



Utah Directory Cache County. 339 



TERRACE, 

Is on the Central Pacific Railroad, about IIO miles west from 
Brigham City. The business of the vicinity is confined to 
freighting and stock raising. 

Cave S, H. general mdse Mark & Clark, hotel and butch- 

Cooke B. R bootmaker er shop 

Copps G. saloon 

WILLARD 

Is a settlement of about 800 people, six miles south of Brigham 
City, on the Utah and Northern Railroad. It lies at the imme- 
diate base of stupendous cloud-capped mountains and is a pros- 
perous farming settlement. In the summer months, the U. N. 
R. W. run special bathing trains from Ogden to Willard, that be- 
ing the most available approach of that line to the lake and 
affording a good beach for bathing purposes. 

Call Bros, flour mill Murray J. G. postmaster 

Dalton M. W. hotel Willard Co-operative store, R. 
Dalton & Sons, saw mill Henderson supt. gen. mdse 

Lowe John, blacksmith Wood Charles L. builder 

Marsh Geo. I. attorney-at-law Zundel A. blacksmith 



CACHE COUNTY. 

This county is bounded on the north by Idaho Territory, on 
the South by Weber County, and on the east and west by Rich 
and Box Elder counties respectively. It is one of the most pros- 
perous districts in Utah, having magnificent resources in its agri- 
cultural districts, its splendid timber, quarries, manufactures and, 
above all, in the go-ahead spirit of enterprise and thrift that char- 
acterises the population of the county. Cache County consists 
of the valley that bears its name and the mountains that surround 
it. The valley contains a dozen towns and cities with a popula- 
tion varying from 300 to 4,000 each. They are occupied by a 
farming community, who take full advantage of the excellent soil 
and produce armually a quantity of grain, root crops and veget- 
ables that will compare favorably with any other portion of Utah. 



The place for Hat*. C/>* & Gloves, Geo. DunfortL 



Casfr paid for Hides, Woof amf Furs, W. I. Pfckarrf, SaR Lake City, 

340 Utah Directory Logan. 

Sanpete is the only county that rivals her in the quantity of 
wheat produced; and although the latest figures on this point give 
the total product slightly in excess to Sanpete, Cache carries the 
palm in the yield per acre. The valley is watered by an exten- 
sive and costly irrigating system for, although the streams give 
an abundance of water at all times, the work of converting them 
to the arable districts is one that has consumed an immense 
amount of labor and an outlay of from $60,000 to $75,000.. 
Much money has also been expended on the county and canyon 
roads which are always kept in good repair. In the mountains 
that surround the valley are on one side fine grazing land for the 
raising of horned stock and sheep ; and on the other some mag- 
nificent stretches of first class timber which keep a number of 
saw mills engaged in getting out lumber. The Utah and North- 
ern Railway enters Cache from the Salt Lake Valley near Men- 
don, and traverses the valley on its way to Montana. The pop- 
ulation of Cache County approaches 15.000; its dimensions are 
nearly 1,000 square miles, and the property valurtion last year 
was $1.246.900. Following is a Use ui the county officers: 

Probate Judge. Milton D. Hammond. 

Selectmen. M. W. Merrill, Chas. O. Card, Francis Gunnell. 

Probate and County Clerk. James T. Hammond, 

Treasurer, Joel Ricks. 

Assessor and Collector. Joseph Goddard. 

Recorder. James T. Hammond. 

Sheriff Alvin Crockett. 

Prosecuting Attorney. Hyrum K. Cranney. 

Superintendent District Schools. Miss Ida Cook. 

Road Commissioner. C. W. Card. 

District Poundkeeper. Alvin Crockett. 

LOGAN, 

The county seat of Cache, is sixty-seven miles from Ogden. It 
is beautifully situated at the mouth of Logan Canyon, whence 
issues sufficient water, not only to supply the city with irrigating 
streams and. furnish power for numerous manufactories, but also 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barrett Bros, 



Shoe Leather & findings, W. L.Pickard, 8. L. City. 



Utah Directory Lagan. 341 



to accommodate a large portion of the surrounding region. The 
city has a population of 4,000, who are industrious and enter- 
prising; and with the many advantages which they possess of 
railroads, climate and soil, it is fair to presume that the present 
population is only the necleus of a future large and important 
city. Logan can already boast of some fine residences and some 
large and expensive business houses. Among these latter, the 
stores of the Logan branch Z. C. M. I. are the most conspicuous, 
being built three stories in height and fronted with a beautiful 
white stone. The Tabernacle, occupying a central block in the 
business portion of the city, is a splendid structure, built of cut 
stone and having elegant architectural proportions. It is finely 
finished on the interior, the seats being grained, the floors car- 
peted and the walls and ceilings frescoed with original designs 
It is used for Stake conferences and will seat 4,000 very comfort- 
ably. Beneath is another large hall, less lofty, but of sufficient 
proportions to accommodate the congregations that attend the 
usual services. The Logan Temple, in course of construction, 
is designed to be one of the most magnificent structures in the 
entire West. It is being built on a commanding site on the 
bench at Logan, that overlooks the entire valley and which can. 
be seen for many miles around. The main building is designed 
to be 171 feet in length, 95 feet wide and 86 feet high to the 
square. The towers will be 145 feet from base to pinnacle. A 
fine quality of quartzite, quarried in Logan Canyon, is being used 
for the construction of this remarkable edifice, except the string 
courses and caps which are of cut freestone. The walls are four 
feet thick at base and composed of rabble-work to be plastered 
and pointed on the outside. Rock laying commenced July 20, 
1877, and was discontinued November 15, 1877, on account of 
frost. It was resumed in the spring of '78 and continued until 
December 1st. The middle of last March it was again carried 
on and has been actively progressing ever since. The walls are 
now 30 feet high. The cost of construction to April 1st, 1879, 
was $126,691.75. When completed, the building will contain 
2,200 cords of rock, and will cost in the aggregate $400,000. 
Regarding the date of completion, it is the opinion of the archi- 

Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake Citt/. 



1 342 Utah Directory Lundburg & Graff's Advertisement, 



LUNDBURG & 6ARFF, 

I.OGA.1V CITY, - - UTAH. 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MANUFACTURED 

LTJMBE R. 



HOME-MADE DOORS AND SASH 



Ltih, 







JLIJLU M..3. VlJLXXWfVi 

fuming* ami all kinds of Soioll Woik 

Neatly and Promptly Executed. 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

UTAH RED & WHITE PINE LUMBER 



BED ROCK PRICES QUOTED ON EVERYTHING IN 
OUR LINE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



STEAM MANUFACTORY AND YARD, 

SITUATED OPPOSITE U. 0. FOUNDRY COMPANY, 
ST., H,OO-A.lSr OIX^, TJT A.XI 



Hsnry Arthur's Boot 4c Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake City 



Utah Directory Logan. ^43 



tect, T. O. Angeil jr., that if it is finished by December, 1882, Un- 
people of Northern Utah will be entitled to great credit. The 
edifice is after no particular order of architecture but will be cas- 
tellated in appearance. 

Logan has a number of active business enterprises in its 'flour- 
ing, lumber, lath, shingle, carding, planing and other mills; a 
first-rate steam sash and door factory owned by Lundberg & 
Garff who ship lumber as well as their manufactures to Salt 
Lake, Ogden and, of course, all parts of Cache County. There 
is also a large foundry etc., run by the United Order Foundry, Ma- 
chine and Wagon Manufacturing Co., having the following 
officers : 

C. B. Robbins, President and Director. 

O. C. Ormsby, vice-President and Director. 

Robert Croft, Director. 

B. M. Lewis, Director, 

C. H. Lundberg, Director. 
Joseph Goddard, Secretary, 

Ezra D. Carpenter, Treasurer and Superintendent. 

This firm started only a few years since with no capital, and 
the large buildings, machinery, furnaces and fixtures that it now 
owns have been accumulated almost entirely from the earnings 
of the institution under its present management. They are pre- 
pared to fill orders for all kinds of machinery from a stove-lifter 
up to a saw-mill. Another similar concern, operating in a differ- 
ent sphere, is the United Order Manufacturing and Building Co., 
having a capital of $30,000 and doing a large business. In the 
mountains near by are some excellent marbles, dark and varie- 
gated, which are being worked by Messrs. James H. Brown 
Son and will, before long, be found in many of the houses of 
Utah. 

The city has six district schools, some of which are graded 
and all well attended. There are also mission schools of the 
Presbyterian and Catholic denominations, and places of meeting 
for members of the same., Following are the officers of Logan 
City: 



Cabinetwork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 



|344 Utah Directory Advertisements. 




LOGAN CITY, 



The public will please take notice that we are manufacturing 

TOMBS & GRAVESTONES 



MANTEL PIECES, FLOWER VASES 

AND ALL KINDS OF ORNAMENTAL WORK 
IN STONE OR MARBLE. 

We, use native Stone and Marble, also imported Marble, and in 
prices we intend to defy competition. 

\CONTRACTORS FOR BUfLDING. 

Orders left with or sent to us, or given our agents, will receive 

prompt attention. 

J". H. IBH.O W3XT c*3 SOiNr, 

Second Street, half a block from Main Street, LOGAN, UTAH. 



WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, 



.A N D 



PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST 



IDE^-XjEZ^ IDfcT 

Frames, Mouldings, Chromos ? 

WTindowr Glass, Fishing Tackle,, 

Spectacles. Etc., Etc, 

LOGAN CITY, - - UTAH. 

:o: 

PICTURES COPIED AND ENLARGED. CLOCKS 
AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. 



Shoemakers' Tools of a1! kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City 



Utah Directory Lagan. 345 

Mayor. W. B. Preston. 

Aldermen. T. X. Smith, Moses Thatcher, William Hyde, 

H. K. Cranney, C. O. Card. 
Council. J. H. Martineau, H, Ballard, R. Davidson, C. D. 

Fjelsted, B. M. Lewis. 
Recorder. T. B. Cardon. 
Marshal. Alvin Crockett. 
Treasurer. George Hymers. 
Notaries Public. H. K. Cranney, James A. Leishman, 

LOGAN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Affleck Peter, planing mill Hayball J. boots and shoes 

Ash John & Soil, gun- Jacobson & Sons, blacksmiths 

smiths and ammunition James Mrs. E. millinery 

Blanchard J. R. Logan House Jenkenson N. furniture and 
Brown James II. & Son, upholstery 

manufacturers, builders and Johnson C. C. music and 

stone cutters notions 

Buder Wm. watchmaker Kirkham R. fine art gallery 

Cache Valley Seminary, Mrs. Lamoreaux D. B. musical mdse 

C. M. Parks, principal Lindguist N. A. cabinet shop 

Cardon Thomas B. photo- Logan Branch Z. C. M. L, M, 

grapher and jeweler Thatcher, manager 

Cardon P. B. watchmaker Logan Presbyterian Church, 
Central Flour Mills, Peterson, C. M. Parks, pastor 

Card & Son Lnndburg & Garff, steam, 
Christiansen H. J. harness shop door and sash factory 

Curtis Bros, stoves and tin- McAlister & Sons, harness shop 

ware Neilson P. A. boot and shoe 
Deseret Flour Mills, Ricks & dealer 

Hcndricks Norcross Dr. physician 

Fames M.H. tinshop, stoves Olsen Chas, cabinet shop 

and seeds Ormsby O. C. M. D., phy si- 
Goodwin Bros, general cian and apothecary 

mdse Palmer Mrs. Jane, milliner and 
Gro^sbsck & Lamoreaux, drugs dressmaker 

Groe;i:eck J. B., M. D. physician Peacock Geo. M. confectioner 

Hammond J, T. books and Petjrssn A. boot & shoe shop 

stationery Pfeister & Co., wood turners 

Hammond M. D. wagons and Preston & Thatcher, carding 

implements mill 

Hanson O & Co, tailor shop R^ed John F. general mdse 



The Leading Kot,Sltoe <D Hat flotine, Geu. Dun ford 

43 



346 



Utah Directory A dvcrtisements. 



Lop HO. Foundry, 




.DEALERS IN- 

Brass and Iron Castings, Bar Iron, Steel, Horse and Mule Shoes, 

Carriage Bolts, Cut Nails, Hard Wood and Wagon Stock, 

Plough Beams and Handles, Ax Helves, Pick, Sledge, 

Shovel, Spade and Pitchfork Handles, Scythe 

Snaths, Neck Yoke and Doubletrees. 

^-MAKE ALL KINDS OF - 

NEW MACHINERY, SAW MILLS, SHINGLE MILLS 

LATH MILLS, PLANING MACHINES, 

STRAW CUTTERS, ETC. 

WE WILL MAKE NEW MACHINERY AT OR BELOW 
EASTERN PRICES. 



We ship our material by car load direct from the East and can 
give the lowest cash prices. All orders should be addressed to 
EZRA D. CARPENTER, Supt. 



M. CURTIS. H. W. CURTIS. 

Curtis Brothers, 

Dealers in 

STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON 



COPPER WARE. 

All Kinds of Work Made to Order, 

LOQAN CITY, UTAH. 



JOHN ASH & SONS, 

Lock & Gunsmiths 

And Dealers in 

Rifles, Shot Guns, Pistols 
and Ammunition. 

Repairing of all kinds done on short 
notice at reasonable terms. 

Main. Street, Logan Utah.. 



REUBEN KIRKIIAM, 




PHOTOGRAPHING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 
Landscape and Portrait Painting. 



icture Frames, Mouldings, Views, Stereoscopes, Chromes and 
Steel Engravings. All kinds of old pictures Copied and En- 
larged. Orders solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, W. L. Pickard, S. L, City 



Utah Directory Clark ston. 347 



Ricks Hyrurn.home made goods United Order Store, general 
Shirley R. Q. postmaster merchandise 

'Squires J. K tobacco & cigars 



and barber shop CARL C. JOHNSON, 

Thatcher Jos. W. butcher shop Bcaier in 

Union Flour Mills, Thatcher lp nTr n njjf] Mllflinal TlKJtTMllTlPTltfl 

& Sons lUjS dill MUSllidl lUSirillUolllS. 

United Order Foundry, rd street . one half Mock west of 

, . J Z. C. M. I. Logan City, Utah. 

machine and wagon ml g co. Description, 
E. D. Carpenter, supt 



. 

United Order MFg & Building EepBiring done wilh neatoes9 and t 
Co,, H. Hayball, supt lowest rates. 



JAMES T. HAMMOND, 



LOGAN, - - UTAH, 

Makes a specialty of 

SLANE BOOKS, SCHOOL AND SUNDRY STATIONER?, PURSES, ALBUMS, STERE- 
OSCOPES, VIEWS, POCEET CUTLERY, PERIODICALS, ETC,, ETC. 

A LARGE STOCK OF STANDARD LITERATURE IN CLOTH & PAPER. 



Complete line of Wall Paper and Borders always in Stock 



CLARKSTON 

Is a fanning settlement 18 miles north-west from Logan. It hay 
a school and a remarkably fine meeting house. The population 
is 350, principally farmers. The soil is rich and has brought 
good results from dry farming. 

Co-operative Store, W. V. Malmberg P. blacksmith 
O. Carbine, president, general Sayers T. shoemaker 
merchandise Sorensen Lars, saw mill 

Heggie A. W. general mdse Stuart S. carpenter shop 
Jartliiie John, bishop Walker T. carpenter shop 

Johnson J. P. boot shop Yates H. blacksmith 

llarrdtt Hro*., Furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Waffin & Pfckard, Salt Lake City. 

348 Utah Directory Hyrum and Mendon. 

HYDE PARK, 

Five mites north of Logan, has a population of 40x5, mostly 
farmers. 

Daines R. bishop Cooperative Store, Fred. Tur- 

Hyde A. G. postmaster ner superintendent 

LEWISTON, 

Known to- the postal department as "Cub Hill," is between the 
Bear and Cub rivers, near the Idaho line, 25 miles north-west of 
Logan. It can scarcely be called a town; it is a farming and* 
stock raising district, where each settler lives on his quarter sec- 
tion. The number of settlers is 480, who support a district 
schooL 

Bodily Robert, blacksmith Hendricks W. D. mill owner 

Buxton John, blacksmith Lewis W. H. bishop 

Cooperative Store, S. J. Allen, Wheeler & Sons, saw mill 
superintendent 

HYRUM 

Is an enterprising town 8 miles south of Logan, on the east 
bench. It is considered one of the best locations for a town in 
the county. The population is estimated to be i r 5OO. Nearly 
all the business interests are centered in the co-operative institu- 
tion, which is engaged in the selling of general merchandise, has- 
a steam saw and shingle mill and two water power ' J saw mills, a 
dairy etc. There are two schools in the city. 

Co-operative Store, Jas. Uns- Jensen J. J. general mdse 
worth, superintendent Transtrom A, general mdse 

MENDON 

Is the first town passed by the U. and N. Railway in its descent 
to Cache Valley. The population is about 600. It is nicely sit- 
uated at the base of lofty mountains, seven miles west of Logan 

Baker A. M. hotel Donaldson John, postmaster 

Cooperative Store, H. Hughes, Shelton John, blacksmith 

superintendent Williamson & Nelson, flour 
Danielson G. W. blacksmith mills 

Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes & Hat*, Salt Lake City, 



Best Team Harness made by Wallin & Pickard, salt Lake Ciiy, 

Utah Directory Providence and Richmond. 349 

MILLVILLE 

Is four miles south-east of Logan, has a population of six or 1 
seven hundred and is a prosperous settlement. 

Biglow Jas. O. groceries Pitkin G. O. bishop 
Co-operative saw mill Yates & Gamble, general mdse 

NEWTON, 

Twelve miles north-west of Logan, is a small settlement of far- 
mers and stock raisers numbering 250. It has, of course, a 
school but the only places of business are, 

Clark Amos, blacksmith Littlewood W. F. postmaster 

Co-op, store W. H. Griffin, supt 

PARADISE 

Is a settlement of 400 population, fourteen miles from Logan at 
the southern extremity of the valley. 

Co-operative Store, and saw Shaw H. A. postmaster 
mill, G. D. Gibbs, supt. Smith Orson, bishop 

McMundie Samuel, flouring Thomas W. U. lumber merchant 
mill 

PROVIDENCE 

Is suburban to Logan on the south. It has a good school, a 
large meeting house, and a theatre which is by far the finest 
house of amusement in the county. The settlement has already 
a population of 800 and is rapidly growing. It has a remarkably 
fine location and soil that is unsurpassed. 

Bullock H. cabinet maker Hockestrauser R. boot maker 

Bullock J. boots and shoes Maddison J. F. confectioner 

Campbell Joseph, lumber dealer Reading Wm. nurseryman 

Co-operative Store and saw Theuser Fred, blacksmith 

mill, M. D. Hammond supt. Wilson J. M. builder 

RICHMOND , 

Is, in point of population, the second city of Cache County, It 
is the last town in Utah on the line of railway and one of some 
commercial importance. The soil is extremely rich and the lay 
of the country favorable for the raising of large crops of cereals, 
vegetables and fruit. Under the leadership of Bishop M. W. 

Barratt Bros, FQENITURE, Salt Lake City -Send for Prioe List 



Handsome Double Hiui) \l irness, Wallin & Pickard, 8. L. Cilv 



350 Utah Directory Smithfield. 



Merrill, the people are enterprising and industrious, having two 
flour, two saw, one planing and one lath and shingle mill, all well 
conducted, besides other institutions, mercantile and otherwise, 
equally successful. Richmond is incorporated, with the follow- 
ing officers : 

Mayor. A. F. Stewart. 

Councilors. H. Standage, C. Traveller. M. T. Bell, D. Orrison, 

T. Petty. 

Marshal and Recorder. Henry Bair. 
Justices of the Peace. Archibald Kerr, William Skidmdre. 

RICHMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bair Henry, notary public Richardson & Stewart, shingle 

Beers & Le Fever, general mdse mill 

Co-operative Store H. Stand- Traveller C. general mdse 

age, superintendent ^ TO A \/ P" I i F 

Co-operative shoe shop, H. *? 1 K A EUU'&rCf 

Standage,'superintendent RICHMOND, CACHE COUNTY, - UTAH. 

Co-operative meat market, H. Kee P s on hand au ortBient of 

Standage superintendent PfTRXn YIJRIS* 

Hendricks W. D. flour mill S ASHC IDOOR.S, 



AnM wfl' Chromo 3 ,PictureFr a me S ,LookingSla SS e S , 

Merrill M. W. flour mill Windo ' w Glass, Hardware, Tobacso, 

Monson C. H. planing mill Cigars, Candies, Boots & Shoes, 

Olsten Wm. H. physician GROCERIES, DRUGS, Etc. 

Pond Mrs. R. milliner TQYBJW ENDLESS VARIETY. 

SMITHFIELD 

Lies on the line of railway, eight miles north of Logan. It is 
an enterprising city, with a population a little short of 1,200. 
The people of Smithfield, like other settlements in that region, 
find their main subsistence in farming and stock raising but en- 
gage also in lumbering and in various manufactures. It is in- 
corporated and has officers as follows : 

Mayor. Samuel Roskelly. 

Councilors. P. T. Morehead, Thomas Milliard, R. Meikle, A. 

A. Anderson, A. Chambers. 
Recorder and Justice of the Peace. William A. Noble. 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Dunford. 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Vallln & Pickard's 



Utah Directory Iron County, 



Marshal. Thomas G. VVinn. 
Treasurer. Sylvester Lowe. 

SMITHFIELD BUSINESS DT RECTORY. 

Cantfield James S. post- Douglass Wm. general mdso 

master Mack James, flouring mill 

Co-operative Store J. Mack, Richardson Thomas, genera! 
superintendent mdse 

Co-operative Saw Mill, P. T. Roskelly S. notary public 

Morehead, superintendent U. O. of Smithfield, tanners 

WELLS VI LLE 

Is toward the southern extremity of Cache Valley, ten miles 
from Logan. It is one of the largest towns in the county, having 
a population of nearly 1 ,400. The road that comes from Brig- 
ham City by Box Elder Canyon passes through the place. The 
bishop is William F. Maughn. 

Baxter Robert, boot maker Hill D. & Sons, flouring mills 

Brown Joseph, builder Owens E. wagons and imple- 
Cooperative Store, saw mill ments 

and butcher shop, J. Hendry Stewart James, blacksmith 

supt. Stoddart & Haslam, wool carders 

Dailey W. F. furniture mfgr. Stoddart J. & Sons, saw mill 

Duncan Alex, boot maker Walters W. L> builder 



IRON COUNTY 



Stretches from one side of the territory to the other, being 
bounded on the north by Beaver and Piute, and on the south by 
Washington and Kane counties. Little is known of the eastern 
portion of the county, especially that lying beyond the Colorado, 
which remains in great part unexplored. Occasional travellers 
tell of the extraordinary timber region to the east of the Dirty 
Devil mountains, and of the fine ranges on Escalante river and 
to the southward. More is known of that portion of the count} 1 
which lies near the western base of the Wasatch on the high 
road to St. George. It is here that the settlements are most fre- 
quent. Tremendous deposits of iron are found in the county 



furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U, & K, D, BarrattBros.S. L, Citv 



California Ussa Saddles WaUin <fc Piekard, Sail Lake City. 

352 Utah Directory Parowan. 

larger quantities, perhaps, than are known to exist in any other 
portion of America, while coal is present in sufficiency to de- 
velop the iron interests whenever the proper time arrives. Other 
lodes of gold, silver, zinc, etc. have been found and will one 
day be mined. In the western country, the soil is good and the 
range first class, but water for irrigation is too scarce to admit of 
successful farming on a large scale. The county contains a num- 
ber of lumbering, flouring and other mills. The population is 
about 4,000 and the property valuation near half a million dol- 
lars. The county officers are as follows: 

Probate Judge. Edward Dalton. 

Selectmen. Samuel H. Rogers, George Hunter, Jesse W. 

Crosby Jr. 

Clerk. John C. Dalton. 

Assessor and Collector. William C. Mitchell. 
Treasurer. John H. Henderson. 
Recorder. William H. Dame. 
Prosecuting Attorney. Silas S. Smith. 
Sheriff. James J. Adams. 

Superintendent District Schools. John E. Dalley. 
Coroner. Joseph Fish. 

PAROWAN, 

The county seat of Iron County, is situated 260 miles south of 
Salt Lake City. It has a population of 1,100 which has grown 
steadily from the colony that settled the place from Salt Lake in 
1851. It has two steam and three water power saw mills and 
six shingle mills. The citizens derive their support principally 
from farming, lumbering and shingle making. It is an incor- 
porated city having the following officers: 

Mayor. Charles Adams. 

Councilors. William Holyoak, George Holyoak Jr., Lars 

Mortensen. 

Recorder. John E. Dalley. 
Assessor and Collector. William C. Mitchell. 
Treasurer. Thomas Davenport. 
Marshal. Samuel T. Orton. 

Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Salt Lake City. 



Nobbj Riding Saddles and Bridies, Wallin & Piekard, S. L. 



Utah Directory Cedar City and Hillsdale. 



353 



PAROWAN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brown John VV. attorney-at-law McGregor W. C. flouring mill 
Co-operative Store, W. H. Parowan U. O. manufacturing 

and 



Dame, superintendent 
t urham Thonas, professor of 

music 
Holy oak Wm. tanner and shoe 

maker 
Marsden Wm. general mdse 



Co, tanners and cabinet 
makers, Wm. Adams, supt. 
Werderi N. P. cabinet makers 
Whitney Bros, blacksmith 
Wilcox Wm. lumber mills 
Smith & Co, flour mills 



CEDAR CITY 

Is situated 20 miles south-west of Parowan and has a population 
of 700. The town has a steam saw mill and a good flouring 
mill. Within six miles of Cedar City, up the canyon, is first 
class coal which furnishes fuel for the citizens. It is now well 
built with a number of fine brick residences and is one of the 
most pleasant and active towns in the south. 



Ashdown G. builder 
Bailey H. shoemaker 
Bullock R. stock dealer 
Bullock D. stock dealer 
Ceder Co-op Lumber Co, saw 

mill 

Chappin L. R. flour mill 
Chatterley G. postmaster 
Co-operative Store, genl. mdse 
Cony W. blacksmith 
Corry A. general trader 
Cosslett Joseph, builder 
Cox Samuel, carpenter 

HILLSDALE, 

Thirty miles east of Parowan, is a very small settlement near the 
rim of the Basin. 



Duncan H. stock dealer 
Leigh Samuel, furniture 
Lunt Henry, hotel 
Nelson B. brick layer 
Palmer R. blacksmith 
Parry John & Edward, stone 

masons 

Root Lewis, paint shop 
Urie James, blacksmith 
Walker Thomas, lumber dealer 
Walker Joseph, coal dealer 
Woods G. hotel 



Johnson Bros & Co, gen. mdse 
Martiiieau Henry A. post- 
master 



Willson George D. & Sons, 
lumber dealers 



PANGUITCH, 
Located on the south fork of the Sevier river, about 30 miles east 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros. 

44 



arfcfl0ry&Saddfei7 -Hardware, Jobbed by Waffin & Pickarcf, S.L.City 



354 Utah Directory Juab County. 

of Parowan, has a population of 550.. The town is prosperous 
and supports several manufacturing interests, 

Clark R. G. boot maker Henrie James, general mdse 

Co-operati ve Store, G.W.Sevey, Henrie D. harness maker 

superintendent Houston Bros, lumber dealers 

Crosfey J. W. tannery Judd F. brick maker 

Davis Joseph, musical mdse Norton J. W. & Sony Hack- 
Dodd George, school teacher smiths 

Elmer E. cabinet maker Sevey G. W. lumber dealer 

Elmer I. B. builder Sevey John F. builder 
Foy Martin, general mdse 

PARAGOONAH 

Is a farming settlement on the high road to- St. George, having a 
population of 270. It is six miles north of Parowan. The range- 
is good and stock raising is carried on in an extensive scale. 

Barton J. P. postmaster Robinson J. R. & Co, flour mill 

Barton S. S. dairyman Topham John, general mdse 

Davis D. D. blacksmith Watts Benjiman, tannery 
Owens T. R. peddler 



JUAB COUNTY 

Is one of the central counties, being bounded on the north by 
Utah and Tooele Counties, on the south by Millard County, and 
on the west by the State of Nevada. It was first settled at 
Nephi, then called Salt Creek, by a colony from Salt Lake of i& 
families. There are a number of towns in the county, the largest 
being the county seat. To the eastern part of Juab there is but 
little farming country; but the mines partially compensate for its 
absence. Tintic Mining District was organized in 1869. Its 
geologic structure belongs to the eozoic and paleozoic eras. The 
metals mined are gold, silver, copper, iron, 'lead and bismuth, 
frequently combined with antimony, arsenic and sulphur. It has 
an area of something over one hundred square miles of the 
Oquirrh range of mountains. The climate is agreeable and 
healthy, the nights being cool in summer and the snow fall light 
.in winter. 

Orders Solicited, Bottom Prices, at Vert, 



ladies saddles in great variety, Wallin & Itckard, Salt Lake City 



Utah Directory Nephi. 



355 



The population of Juab County is between four and five thou- 
sand and the property valuation last year was $426.503. 

NEPHI, 

The county seat of Juab County, is 91 miles south of Salt Lake 
City on the recently completed line of the U. S. R. R. It has a 
population of 2,500 and although the support comes chiefly from 
farming and stock raising, the citizens are sufficiently enterpris- 
ing to engage in all the pursuits that belong to a live and grow- 
ing city. Near by, is the lordly Mount Nebo, 12,000 feet in 
height, the culmination of the Wasatch range and one of the 
grandest peaks in America. 



Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in 

HARNESS SADDLERY, 

HORSE CLOTHING, 
BRIDLES, WHIPS, 
SPURS, STIRRUPS, 
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, 
'COLLARS, ETC., ETC. 

NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, - UTAH. 

The Largest Stock of the above goods South of Salt Lake 

City, and am prepared to sell below Salt Lake 

prices to the Trade or to the Public. 

Liberal Discount to Dealers and Storekeepers* 





Full supply of Nose Sacks, Hobbles, California Collars, Horse 
Brushes, Curry Combs, Wagon Covers, Halters, Horse and Sad- 
dle Blankets, Bits, Hames, and an assortment of Shoe Leather 
and Findings, Etc. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



Mattresses, all kiods, Imported and made to order, Barratt Brof 



WALLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONn'MKIDK R8. 



356 



Utah Directory Chicken Creek. 



NEPHI BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Cazier Mrs. milliner 

Co-op Flouring Mill, Chas. 

Foote superintendent 
Goldsbrough Mrs. E. milliner 
Goldsbrough H. hotel, liv- 
ery and feed stable 
Hague John, butcher shop 
Hague J. & Son, millers 
Hawkins J. S. liquors 
Hawkins J. S. boots and shoes 
Hartly & Seely, hotel 
Hughes J. blacksmith 
Hyde J. A. general mdse 
Hyde J. A. lumber merchant 
McCune M. drugs 
McCune Bros, groceries, pro- 
visions 

Xephi Co-op. Store, Chas. 
Foote, supt. dealers in gen- 
eral merchandise 
Pepper W. blacksmith 
Pexton J. blacksmith 
Pitt J. blacksmith 
Pitchforth Mrs. M. milliner 
Bead W. P. saddles, harness 
Read W. P. notary public 
Teasdale F. barber, notions 



Winn G. general merchandise 
Williams E. H. gen. mdse 

ilEPHI HOUSE, 

NEPHI, J JAB COUNTY, - - - UTAH- 
H. GOLDSBROUGH, Proprietor. 



The best accommodation given to Trav- 
elers. Terms Seasonable. 

Good Stabling. HA Y and GR A IN con- 
stantly on hand. 

Passengers conveyed to aud from the 
railroad and all parts in Saupete County 
at half the fare charged by any other 
regular conveyance. 

E. H. WILLIAMS, 

Dealer in 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 



F. TEASDALE, 

HAIRDRESSER, ft DEALER IN MUSIC, 

NOTIONS, ETC., ETC., 
Nephi, Juab County, - - Utah. 



CHICKEN CREEK. 



This, the junction of the U. S. R. R. and U. S. Extension R. 
R., is 105 miles south of Salt Lake City. 



Bush John, agent U. S. R. R. 

Hartley H. W. restaurant 

Levan Branch Co-op. Store, 
general mdse. 

McCorkindale H. with R. War- 
nock & Co. 

Phelps Mrs. saloon 

Stoddart R. restaurant 



Taylor Elmer, meat shop 
Utah Forwarding Co., G. Y. 

Wallace, superintendent 
Warnock R. & Co., agricultural 

implements & forwarders 
Whitbeck John C. hotel 
Willis F. G. postmaster 



Geo I Hm ford, the popular Boot Fitter and 



Wallin & Pickard carry full lines Trotting and Racing; Goods 

Utah Directory Diamond, Eureka and Lev an. 357 



DIAMOND, 

Sixteen miles north-west from Nephi, is a town composed chiefly 
of miners. The total number of residents is 1 50. It supports a 
good school taught by the Misses Lizzie Hills and E. Stewart 

Brown J. W. builder Murphy Joseph, shoemaker 

Course R. T. general mdse Rickman H. D., M. D., physician 

Dennis Miss E. dressmaker Poynter Charles, butcher 

Hill R. A. general mdse Stewart Simeon, blacksmith 

Johnson G. D. supt Con. Jul- Thurmond John T. post- 

ian mine master 

Johnson F. M., M. E. surveyor Wayne J. M., M. E. assayer 

ELY MILL, 

Twenty-five miles west of Santaquin. The mill has 15 stamps, 
-one Aikeii furnace, two reverberatory furnaces, full amalgamatory 
plant and lixiviation works. Owned by John F. Ely, George R, 
Ely, Hon. S. R. Ely. John S. Ely, superintendent. In the vic- 
inity is a population of nearly a hundred, mainly mill men, 
miners and wood-cutters. One mile north, the Mammoth Com- 
pany is building a mill of 27 stamps, Samuel Mclntyre, owner 
and manager. 

Cameron J. C. mining en- Jones J. P. mill builder 

gineer Lowe Joseph, boarding house 

Freckleton Jessie, general mdse Madison Mrs. boarding house 
Haberlein A. mining engineer Mclntyre Wm. mining supt. 
Hughes Thomas, blacksmith Owen J. F. boarding house 
Hyne Joseph, boarding house Wilkinson Morris, Alining supt. 

EUREKA 
Is another small mining town in Tintic Valley. 

Baxter Mrs. Wm. postmaster Hatfield Wm, general mdse 
McCrystal J. mining supt. 

LEVAN, 

Near the terminus of the U. S. R. R., is 103 miles from Salt 
Lake City and 12 miles from the county seat of Juab County. 
Nearly all the settlers are farm owners and many of them stock 
raisers. 



Feathers & Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets &. Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Watltn & Pickarci 

358 Utah Directory Kane County. 

LEVAN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Brown Wm. stone mason Nielson C. C. shoemaker 

Co-operative Store, E. Taylor, Peterson P. C. builder 

superintendent Peterson Erik, wood turner 

Gardner George, Justice Peace Peterson H. C. clog maker 

Hendrickson A. salt mfg'r Shepherd J. W. notions, sta- 
Hotheins J. stone mason tionary 

Jorgensen C. L. furniture store Taylor M. stock dealer 

Koford H. C. carpenter Thygersen Peter, general mdse 

Lybert C. F. B. blacksmith VVankier C. A. shoemaker 

MONA, 

Eight miles north of Nephi on the U. S. R. R., is a farming vil- 
lage of limited population. 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse Johnson G. W. seedsman 

Ellerton J. blacksmith Webb P. builder 

Fansell Joseph, blacksmith Williams E. W. paint shop 

SILVER 

Is another of the mining towns in Tintic Valley. It contains 100 
inhabitants. 

Cushman M. G. genl. mdse Sutherland A. G. attorney- 

and J.P. at-law 

Oaks John, general mdse Tyner R. blacksmith 

Wilkinson R. M. general mdse 



KANE COUNTY 

Is in the south-east corner of the territory, being bounded on 
the south and east by Arizona and Colorado territories respect- 
ively. On the north it is bounded by Iron County, and on the 
west by Washington County. East and west, it is 228 miles; 
north and south, 45 miles. It was first settled in 1857 and the 
population now is 6,000. Toquerville is the county seat. There 
are many other towns of more or less importance, and the lum- 
bering, farming, vineyard, stock raising and milling interests of 
the county are quite extensive. Ten years ago, the property 
valuation was placed at $54.046; to-day it is worth #373,330- 



The place for Hat*. Cap* & Gloves. Geo. Dun font. 



Cash paid fop Hides, Woo! and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



Utah Directory Glendale and Graf ton. 359 

The average per centage of school population attending school 
is 69, one of the highest averages of the territory. 

TOQUERVILLE 

Is two hundred and ninety miles south of Salt Lake City, and is 
only a few miles east of the Washington County line, on the ter- 
ritorial road to St. George. The population is about i,ooa 

Barlocher J. produce Jackson James, butcher 

Batty John, county clerk Klienman C. wine grower 
Batty George, road commisioner Mathais G. stock raiser 
Breiner U. wine raiser Nail John C. wine mfg'r 

Co-operative Store, Wm. A. Nebeker A. assessor and col 

Bringhurst, supt. Slack M. recorder 

Duffin Isaac, general trader Spilsbury George, butcher 
Hammond W. W. genl. mdse Stapley & Son, wine raiser 
Hill Wm. farmer 

DUNCAN'S RETREAT 

Is a small settlement, deep in a dale on the Virgin river, within a 
few miles of Toquerville. 

Reeve R. W. stationery, etc Wright Wm. stock dealer 

GLENDALE, 

Situated in Long Valley, is on the headwaters of the Virgen. 
The place is excellently adapted for manufacturing purposes, 
there being abundant water and inexhaustible timber. There 
are more than enough sheep-herds in the region to supply -a 
woolen factory, which would here find every advantage. 

Clayton Wm. H. builder Harris & Sons, stock raisers 

Cutler R. J. & Son, wool raisers Orderville flouring mill 
JFoote Warren, postmaster Watson Lorenzo, builder 

GRAFTON, 

Another of the little towns that dot the valley of the Virgen, is 
about twelve miles south-east of Toquerville. There are only a 
few hundred people in the settlement. 

Ballard C. H. stock dealer Stansworth S. postmaster 

Hastings Wm. fruit dealer Stansworth S. fruit dealer 

Jones C. H. printer Thompson I., M. D. physician 
Russell A. L. blacksmith 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros 



Shoe Leather & finilinff*, W. L. Pickard, 8. L. City. 



360 Utah Directory Parowan. 



KANAB 

Is a prosperous town on Kanab Creek, within four miles of Ari- 
zona Territory and about 45 miles in a direct line south-east of 
Toquerville. The settlers engage chiefly in farming and stock 
raising. In the vicinity is some of the most extraordinary rock 
and canyon scenery. 

Bunting J. L. tanner Johnson Nephi, general rndse 

Clark John, stock dealer Mace W. gen. manufacturer 

Ford Edwin, shoemaker Oliphant C. H. nurseryman 

Fuller L. H. dairyman Udall, Mariger & Co. gen. mdse 

Hamblin F. M. dairyman Young B. L*. postmaster 

KANARRA 

Is a growing town on the regular travelled road to St. George at 
its point of entering Kane County. It is 18 miles north of 
Toquerville. We are unable, by reason of a defective report, to 
give the occupations, but can give the names of the principal 
business men. 

Allen R. C. Davis J. Reaves Joshua 

Berry W. S. Ford W. Roundy S. H. 

Berry J. W. Griffin C. Stapley J. 

Brown J. Groves E. Williams George 

Bullock S. Parker C. Willis W. P. 

NEW HARMONY, 

A little town four miles from the territorial road, and 1 5 miles 
north of Toquerville. There is only one place of business. 
Co-operative store, W. D. Pace, supt. 

RANCH. 

Coleman P. dairyman Seevanger N. builder 

McDonaldson G. D. saw mill Shumney C. shingle maker 

Robinson R. cheese maker Siler A. cooper shop 
Seaman J. W. lumber and lath 

ROCKVILLE, 

Ninety miles north-east of St. George on the Rio Virgen. 

Fames T. S. postmaster Slaughter C. M. builder 

Morris H. B. merchant Smith C. N. general mdse 

Sangstow J. notions Terry J. P. merchant 



standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's. Salt Lake Citti. 



Henry Arthur's Boot & Shoe Uppers, W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake Oily 



Utah Directory Millard County. 361 



VIRGEN CITY 

Is really distant from Toquerville, south about eight miles; but 
the broken and mountainous nature of the country makes the 
road much longer. 

Beebe L. blacksmith Parker John, general mdse 

Cripps E. builder Spendlore John, shoemaker 

Jepson James, miller Workman A. J. nurseryman 
Owens H. B. stone eutter 

MILLARD COUNTY. 

This is one of the central counties of Utah, being bounded on 
the south by Beaver, on the north by Juab, on the east by 
Sevier and Sanpete counties, and on the west by the State of 
Nevada. It has an area of 6,800 square miles, being 100 miles 
east and west and 68 miles in the other direction. There is no 
river system in the county. At odd intervals, streams burst 
forth, run a few miles and sink from sight. The largest of these 
is the Sevier river which enters the county from the north and 
ends in a large lake that occupies much of the sevier valley des- 
ert. On the other side of the range lying to the eastward, B saver 
river enters Millard County from the south and also sinks into a 
desert valley. This uncertainty of water has retarded the agri- 
cultural development of the county, but there is considerable land 
adapted to grazing. The property valuation is $350,000. There 
are a number of flouring and saw mills, with other business en- 
terprises. 

FILLMORE, 

The county seat of Millard, is on the road south 169 miles from 
Salt Lake City. It was originally the capital of the territory and 
has now a capital of over 1,200. J. V. Robison is mayor. 

Anderson L. boot maker Jackson J. blacksmith 

Bishop Wrn. blacksmith Mace H. Justice of Peace 

Chandler, Holbrook & Co., Olsen J. D. musical mdse 

grist mill Partridge E. county clerk 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse Robinson B. H. Justice Peace 

Free Trades Union, genl. mdse Roof H. harness maker 

Henry Andrew, drug store Rowley James & Co, grist mill 



CabinelWork & General Upholstery, Barratt Bros. Salt Lake City 

45 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L Prckard, 8aft Lake Crty, 

362 Utah Directory Kanosh. 

Holbrook L. County Assessor Starley James, gardener 

and Collector Stokes W. seedsman 

Huntsman G. general mdse Warner D. B. saw mill 
Huntsman P. sheriff 

COVE CREEK, 

Near Beaver County, 35 miles south of Fillmore, is merely ai 
stage station kept by A. E. Hinckley. 

DESERET 

Is a small settlement of farmers, thirty miles north-west of 
Fillmore near the Sevier river, and on the Utah Southern Exten- 
sion R. R, Ores from the Ward, Cherry-Creek, Oceola and 
other mines will be shipped here. In the vicinity are thousands 
of acres of good land and an abundance of water for irrigation, 
The settlement needs a grist mill, and offers a good chance for 
such an investment 

Black J. S. general mdse Webb Gilbert, Deseret dam 

Dewsnup H. postmaster 

KANOSH 

Is situated on Corn Creek, 1 5 miles south of Fillmore. It is a 
thriving settlement of 800 people; farmers, freighters rnd stock 
raisers, and supports a number of business houses and manufac 
tures. 

Anderson O. egg merchant Kimball A. A. bishop 

Anderson & Halsey, genl.mdse Larsen Mads, cider maker 

Barney Bros, lumber dealers Ludlow & Ross, builder 

Barney Joseph, constable McLatchie E. music teacher 

Black John, green grocer McLatchie S. R. weaver 

Charlesworth T. brick maker Mills Wm. plasterer 

Co-operative Store, B. H. Madaulg A. sewing machine 

Watts, president agent and seedsman 

Cartsen Soren, seedsman Paxtcn James, professor of 
Crane Charles, sheep raiser music 

Cummings Wm. dairyman Penney & Son, builders 

Dorrity D. attorney-at-law Penney E. W. phrenologist 

Dorrity & Sons, dairyman Prows Joseph, musician 

Freeman C. R. dentist Radford John, furniture maker 

Greener X. R. book agent Ramsey John, physician 



The Leading Boot, Shoe & lint House, Geo 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf &. Morrocos, JV. L. Pickard, S. L, City 

Ulali Directory Morgan County. 363 

Hakes C. R. Justice of Peace Roberts John, wheelwright 

Hakes & iVtors?, shingle mikers Ross J. A. & M. & Co, saw mill 

Hopkins Charles, dairyman Saunders Andrew, green gro- 

Hunter Wm. general mdse cer 

MEADOW, 

Eight miles south of Fillmore on Meadow Creek, is a small set- 
tlement without mills or manufactures. 

Co-operative store, William Greenhalgh, general mdse 
H. Stott, superintendent Stott Etlwiii, postmaster 

OAK CITY, 

Thirty-five miles north of Fillmore, is supported by farmers, stock 
raisers and fruit growers. 

Co-operative Store, P. Ander- Overson C. blacksmith 

son, supt. Partridge S. lumber mill 

Lyman F. & E. lumber mill Roper Henry, postmaster 

SCIPIO, 

Thirty m^es north-east of Fillmore on the traveled road to St 
George. 

Co-operative Store, Thomas, Petterson I. M. tailor 

Yates, superintendent Petterson M. C. painter 

Croft Jacob, grist mill Phillips Thomas, plasterer 

Greneck G. L. cabinet maker Player Joseph, blacksmith 

Johnson B. H. thresher Proberts & Co, genl. mdse 

Memmott T. Justice of Peace Queonburg John, shoemaker 

Memmott Win. postmaster Sorenson C. P. flour mill 

Oakland O. blacksmith Stone Joseph, blacksmith 

MORGAN COUNTY, 

Bounded on the east by Rich and Summit counties, on the west 
by Salt Lake and Davis, on the north by Weber, and on the 
south by Salt Lake counties; is extremely mountainous. 'Weber 
Canyon, noted for its wonderful scenery, runs through the middle 
of the county. The Union Pacific railroad follows the course of 
the river and passes east to Ogden. The population of the county 
is 2,000, of whom two- thirds reside in Morgan City. Much of 
the area is mountainous and unfit for cultivation, the only ex- 

Thirratt Kros., Furniture & House Good*, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Wallin &. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 

.364 Utah Directory Piute County. 

ception being that portion watered by the Weber river. There 
is fine grazing land in the county, however, and the timber in the 
mountains is of good quality and vast extent. Nearly all of the 
business men of the county are at 

MORGAN CITY, 

The county seat of Morgan County, is on the Union Pacific rail- 
road. It is only about 40 miles north-east of Salt Lake City, 
but the circuitous road that is usually taken makes the distance 
much further. 

COUNTY OFFICERS, 

Probate Judge. W. G. Smith. 
Assessor. Frederick Kingston. 
Surveyor. Edward W. Hunter, 
Attorney. Joseph R. Porter. 
Clerk. S. Francis. 

Clark E. T. grist mill Taggert & Hindman, flour mill 

Co-op store, R. Fry, supt Tonks William, blacksmith 

Mets & Turner, brick & lime Tucker James, shoe f^tory 

Parker W. M. chromos and Walton & Sons, shingles, lath 

notions Walton D. O. saw mill 
Porter J. R. & Co. saw mill 

PIUTE COUNTY. 

This county has not been settled until recent years, the num- 
erous Indian raids having prevented its occupation previous ta 
eight or ten years ago. In the central part of the county that 
lying to the east of the Wasatch is a wide stretch of hill and 
dale country, covered with good bunch grass and well adapted to 
the herding of sheep and horned stock. Still further east, beyond 
Green river and towards Grand river, is an abundance of timber? 
fine range, and in the bottoms of the gorges arc some splendid 
farming districts with plenty of water. In the Wasatch moun- 
tains are the only settlements in the county. Ten years ago, on 
account of the Indians, the property valuation was accounted as- 
nothing; last year it was $i 16,700. 

Probate Judge. James A. Stark. 



Geo. Dun ford, Boots, Shoes & Hat** Salt Lake f'ity* 



tfesi Team Harness made by Walliti & Pickard, Salt Lake CI!y. 



Utah Directory Rich County. 365 



Clerk & Recorder. J. W. Young. 
Assessor & Collector. Charles Morrill. 

MARYSVALE, 

The county seat of Piute, is the principle settlement of the 
county. It has a double support from mining and agriculture. 
The population is about 500. The Wasatch, at this point, reaches 
to the greatest height that it attains in the south. Mount Baldy, 
within a few miles of the town of Marysvale, is placed, according 
to official data, at an elevation of 11.730 feet above sea level. 
Marysvale is 235 miles south of Salt Lake City. 

Co-operative Store, Farmer & Henry George T. assayer 
Co. superintendents Wood H. E. general mdse 

Gibbs & Mellville, gen. mdse. 

KINGSTON 

Is a settlement that has only been organized two years. It num- 
bers 175 inhabitants. 

King Wii^. bishop White J. W. produce 

King T. E. saw mill Whittaker James, genl. mdse 

King Culbert, stock raiser Riddle Isaac, grist mill 

RICH COUNTY, 

This district occupies the extreme north-east corner of the ter- 
ritory, being bounded on the north and east by Idaho and Wy- 
oming territories respectively; on the west by Cache county and 
on the south by Summit county. The settlements are all o* 
limited population, being principally in Bear river valley and on 
the shores of Bear Lake. Much of the area of the county is 
mountainous. Bear Lake is a beautiful sheet of water, clear as 
crystal, resting near lofty mountains and well stocked with deli- 
cious trout Other game is also plentiful. The property valua- 
tion of the entire county is $167,090. 

GARDEN 

Is a settlement on the western shore of Bear Lake, near the 
Idaho line. The, population consists principally of farmers. % 

Allred B. H. general mdse Moore W. A. builder 

Barratt Bros, FURNITURE, Salt Lake City -Send for Price Lis* 



Handsome Double Bug^y Harness, Walliu & Pickard, S. L. Citv 



366 Utah Directory Sanpete County. 



Cook Phinsas W. grist, card- Spencer Wm. carpenter 
ing, saw and planing mill Thomas M. blacksmith 

LAKETOWN, 

Situated at the southern extremity of Bear Lake, is a growing 
settlement. The soil is good and the range excellent. 

Sevens C. H. general mdse Irwin Joseph, boot maker 

Cheney Joseph, general mdse Peard James, boot maker 

Gibbons W. B. postmaster Smith Arthur, general mdse 

Hodges N. M. lumber dealer Whalstrom N. O. blacksmith 

MEADOWVILLE 

Is the first town in Rich County that the traveler meets in going 
from Cache Valley to Bear Lake by way of Blacksmith's Fork. 

Moffatt J. S. general mdse Moffatt D. postmaster 

WOODRUFF, 

A settlement in Bear River Valley, is 20 miles north of Evanston 
and the Union Pacific Railroad. 

Cornia P. stock raiser Harrison T. shoemaker 

Cox J. builder Lee W. H. dairy 

Dan C. farmer Putnam H. S. blacksmith 

Eastman & Sessions, genl. mdse Putnam S. C. saw mill 

SANPETE COUNTY. 

This county, being one of the most fruitful, is one of the most 
important counties of Utah. It is bounded on the north by 
Wasatch and Utah counties; on the west by Juab and Millard 
on the south by Sevier county, and on the east by the State 
of Colorado. Nearly all of the settlements are in Sanpete val- 
ley, a tract of fertile land about fifty miles in length, the bed of 
the San Pitch river. Wheat and other cereals are produced in 
great abundance, the latest statistical report (that of 1875) giving 
a yield of 236,813 bushels of wheat alone. The district is also 
well adapted to the raising of stock, the range being excellent 
and almost limitless. On the eastern side of the valley coal ex- 
ists in quantities that are practically beyond computation. The 
quality is excellent, as it burns with a free and ruddy glow and 



Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Duiford. 



Rubber & Gold Plateil Carriage Harness at Wallin & PIckardN 

~ t 

Utah Directory San pete County. 367 



cokes readily. Iron is also present in enormous deposits near 
Moroni. The Utah aud Pleasant Valley railroad, now nearing 
completion, runs from Springville to these coal and iron deposits 
and will add to the prosperity of the county ^in no small degree 
With coal, wood, iron, building rock and other manufacturing 
facilities, added to its splendid agricultural resources, Sanpete 
county has a brilliant prospect before it. There are a number of 
grist and saw mills in Sanpete county and many other enter- 
prises of a similar nature are being perfected. Sanpete has 15 
district schools, some of them graded, having a total enrollment 
of 1,842 scholars. The towns of the county have a daily mail, the 
table of distances along the stage route, which runs from Rich- 
field, Sevier county to Nephi, Juab county, being as follows: 
Richfield to Glencoe, 5 miles; Glencoe to Salina, 20; Salina to 
Gunnison, 15; Gunnison to Pettyville, 7; Pettyville to Manti, 7; 
Manti to Ephraim, 7; Ephraim to Spring City, 10; Spring City 
to Mount Pleasant, 6; Mount Pleasant to Fairview, 6; Fairview 
to Moroni, 12; Moroni to Fountain Green, 8; Fountain Green 
to Nephi, 15. Fairview is off the regular stage line, but has a 
daily mail. Following are the officers of Sanpete county: 

Probate Judge. Jas. A. Allred. 

Selectmen: Henry Beal, O. Seely, Wm. Anderson. 

Clerk and Recorder. Wm. T. Reid. 

Treasurer. F. W. Cox, 

Sheriff. G. P. Billings. 

Coroner. H. Beal. 

Surveyor. Jas. C. Snow. 

Superintendent District Schools. J. B. Maiben. 

Assessor and Collector. A. E. Merriam. 

Prosecuting Attorney. D. Candland. 

PRECINCT OFFICERS. 
Precinct. Justice of the Peace. Constable, 



Manti. 
Chester. 
Ephraim. 
Fairview. 


James C. Brown. 
D. Candland. 
J. P. Christensen. 
Philip Hurst. 


J. D. Kilpack. 
H. Beck. 
Chas. Whitlock Sen. 
J. M. Allred. 



Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S, U. & K, D. Barratt Bros, S. L. City 



California Lassa Saddles Wallln & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 



368 



Utah Directory Manti. 



Fayette. 

Fountain Green. 

Gunnison. 

Mayfield. 

Moroni. 

Mount Pleasant 

Petty. 

Spring. 

Wales. 



John James. 

R. R. Llewellyn. 

R. G. Frazer. 

S. Hansen. 

A. Hardy. 

Wm. F. Reynolds. 

W. G. Petty. 

L. Larsen. 

VV. Lamb. 

MANTI 



Wm. Mellor. 
R. H. Johnson. 
M. Sorensen. 
Joseph S. Stevens. 
John Olsen. 
John Carter. 
J. H. Petty. 
J. A. Allred. 
H. Lamb. 



Is a flourishing city, the county seat of Sanpete. It is 133 miles 
south-east of Salt Sake City and has a population upwards of 
2,000. Most of the buildings are constructed of a beautiful 
white sandstone, quarried from a vast deposit close by, which 
adds greatly to the fine appearance of the city. Among other 
elegant buildings is the Tabernacle, now nearly completed. This 
structure is 85 by 50 feet, and 30 feet in height to the square. 
At the centre is a tower eighty feet high and the building, when 
finished, will contain two galleries. A large vestry room will 
be added, making of the whole a building that will be classed 
among the finest in the territory. There are many other build- 
ings in the city that present fine appearances, notably the court 
house, city hall, tithing office and the ladies' relief society build- 
ing; while many others in course of erection will give Manti an 
imposing aspect. 

But by far the most noticeable feature of the city is the^gj^ejjt^ 
Temple now building on the spur of a mountain, within a mile 
from the center of the city. In preparing for the erection of this 
magnificent pile, an immense amount of work has been done in 
grading for the foundation. Four terrace walls have been con- 
structed of white sandstone around the base of the hill, each wall 
being 1,000 feet long and averaging a height of 17 feet above the 
grade. They are built of solid rock 4^2 feet in thickness, and 
are castellated at their tops. In making these walls 2,400 cords 
of solid rock have been consumed, and 55,000 yards of earth 
and debris have been excavated and moved away. It is the ul- 
timate intention to plant these terraces with trees and shrubs. 



Look for Name, GEO. DUNFORD, Scut Like Cin/.. 



Nobby Biding Saddles and Bridles, VVallin & PiekarJ, 8. L Ciry 

Utah Directory Manti. 369 



The foundation of the super-structure is 63 feet above the level 
of the road It will have an outside width of 95 feet, a length 
of 172 feet and will be from the ground to the square 82 feet in 
height. The east tower will rise 179 feet, the west tower 169 
feet, each being 30 feet square at the base. On the north will be 
a two-tory addition, 85^ by 40 feet. The temple and adjoining 
building will be constructed of a white limestone very easily 
dressed to any required shape which is procured from a quarry 
not more than a quarter of a mile away. The architect and sup- 
erintendent is Mr. W. H. Folsom of Salt Lake City, and Mr. E. 
L. Parry is the chief mason. Water to supply the Temple will 
be brought in wooden pipes from a spring I ^ miles east. The 
cost of construction at the end of April of this year had reached 
$130,000.00, and when completed will amount to $600,000.00. 
The ground was dedicated April 23, 1877. 

Following are the members of the municipal organization of 
Manti City : 

Mayor. James C. Brown. 

Aldermen. A. C. Van Buren, F. R. Kenner. 

Councilors. William Luke, A,, Shoemaker. 

Marshal. C. Larsen. 

MANTI BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Anderson Wm, blacksmith _ _ 

Anderson R. shoemaker 

Barton W. K. stone worker Ageijt for the Celebratld 

Billings G. P. stone cutter P ' SMutttor** Chicago Wa<>ons> 

Braithwaite R. bootmaker And Dealer ln 

Braithwaite J. nurseryman AGRICULTURALJMPLEMENTS 

Braithwaite Wm. boot shop FARMING MACHINERY 

Bybee R. L. wagons and Mailtl Sanpete Bounty, - irtat.. 

agricultural implements 
Christensen J. cabinet maker E. W. FOX & CO., 

Cook James, wheelwright DEALERS XN- 

Damgaard E. P. blacksmith 

EdmundsenJ. blacksmith Jfy MsJailCf GflOflS & NOtlflE 

Fox E. W. surveyor and 

postmaster Boots, Shoes & Groceries, 

Fox E. W. & Co, genl. mdse 
Freest Theodore, whips, &c 

Chairs, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Stands & Tables, Etc,, Barratt Bros- 
46 



Saddlery &Saddfery-Hardware,Jobbed by Wallin & Pickarrf. S.L.City 



370 



Utali Directory Ephraim. 



Green John, plasterer 
Hall R. stone cutter 
Hanson P. painter 
Hansen S. C. grist mill 
Hemie D. butcher shop 
Higgs Thomas, machinist 
Hougaard & Peterson, grist 

mill 
Kenner & Bench, shingle 

and lath mill 

Keimer F. B. physician 
Kjar L. C. tanner 
Ladies Co-operative Store, genL 

mdse, Miss R. Wareham, 

superintendent 
Lindsay Daniel, builder 
Luke Wm. H. plasterer 
Parsons H. builder 
Poulsen K. C. tailor 



Sidwell & Coolidge, genl. mdse 
Tuttle & Edwards, genl. mdse 
Wareham James, wool carder 
Wilson & Buchanan, builders 
Madsen C. builder 
Maiben J. B, secy. Z. C. M. 

Institution 
Manti b-operative Store,, 

general mdse J. C. Brown, 

superintendent 



Dealers in 

General Merchandise,. 

James C. JB0-o?w*, Supt. 
v Kniipete fonuty, - Uali c 



CHESTER, 

Fifteen* mites north-east of Manti, is a farming town of 200 in- 
habitants. It is three and a half miles west of Spring City. 



Candland Annie, postmaster 
Child J. H. book agent 
Draper W. L. rancher 
Madsen A., freighter 
Nielsen Lars r music teacher 



Acord A. rancher 
Allred R, N. freighter 
Allred R. R. lumber and hay 
Allred J. P. road supervisor 
Beck H. C. K. freighter 
Candland D. attorney-at-law 

EPHRAIM. 

This city, with an estimated population of 2,000, is considered 
one of the richest towns in Sanpete county. It is 7 miles north 
of Manti, in a very rich farming section. The city is character- 
ized by its thrift, for it is no uncommon thing in Ephraim for a 
farmer to have from five to ten thousand bushels of grain in his. 
bin, while some have as much as 30,000 bushels. One farmer 
alone has 30 tons of flour on hand besides a goodly store of 
wheat. There are some elegant buildings in the eity. The offi- 
cers are: 

Mayor. J. P. Christensen. 



Order* Solicited, Bottom Prices, ttt Geo. 



ladies Sables In great variety, WalUn & Plckiird, Salt Lake City 

UtaJi Directory Fair-view. 371 



Councilors. Canute Petersen, Henry B^al, L. S. Andersen, 

N. C. Christensen. 

Local Justices. -J. C. Frost, William Bawden. 
Recorder. J. A. Andersen. 
Treasurer. P. Madsen Sen. 
Assessor and Collector. -Farlane McFarlaite, 
Marshal. Peter Petersen. 

EPHRAIM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ephraim U. O. Mercantile Institution, A. H. Lund, supt. 
Beal Henry, farmer Uckerman C. & Co, furniture 

Hansen L. painter Willardson C. & Co, Star flour- 

Jensen H. H. blacksmith ing mills 

Jensen J. C. blacksmith 
Larsen C A. agricultural im- tokflfa JJ Q | MMlM, 

plements and wagons 

Larsen J. H. furniture mfg. Dealers in 

Madsen J. painter General Merchandise, 

McFarlane P. stone cutter 
Nielsen C. A. wheelwright A - H ' LUND > 8a P L 

Ovei lade A. Carpenter shop Epliralm, Saiipete Conaty, - Vt-ih. 

Oreaves Peter, produce n . I~Z 

Quinii George, harness .and yUlJlll, LaPSGn & UO., 

Saddlery DBAI-BR IN- 

Q chaS en & ' genl 'GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

Schwalby P. painter SADDLERY & HARNESS 

Th miUs Th0maSf Eagk fl Ur Ephraim City, Utah. 

FAIRVIKW, 

Thirty-five miles north-east of Manti, has a population of about 
800. The occupants are chiefly farmers and stock raisers. Fair- 
view is incorporated and has the following officers: 

Mayor. Amasa Tucker. 

Councilors. P. Hurst, R. W. Westwood, N. Larsen, John 

Anderson, John Mower, J. M. Pritchett. 
Recorder. L. A. Wilson. 
Treasurer. C. K. Hansen. 
Assessor and Collector. Jordan Brady. 

Mattresses, all kinds, Imported and made to order, Barratt Bros, 



WiLLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for BRONCHO Bill Kits. 

372 Utah Directory Moroni. 



Local Justice. L. Wilson. 

FAIRVIEW BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

Carlson Hans, mining expert Sanders J. F. rancher 
Cheney E. grist mill Sanderson H. W. builder 

Christensen F. turner and shin- Terry O. L, lumber dealer 

gles Tucker A. lumber dealer 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse r Westwood P. attorney-at-law 

P. Hurst, superintendent Wilson L. postmaster 
Maguire James, blacksmith Wilson L. A. notary public 
Pritchett L. T. dry goods 

FOUNTAIN GREEN, 

Forty-five miles north of Manti, is on the travelled road from 
Sanpete Valley to Nephi, being 15 miles from the latter. 
Bertleson Niels, pottery Green John, lime and brick 

Citron Ole. boot shop Hansen H. C. stationery, &c 

Collard C. blacksmith Jacobsen James, blacksmith 

Coombs & Sons, builders Jewks S. R. saw and grist mills 

Co-operative Store, C, Collard, Johnson & Hodsen, shingie 

superintendent makers 

Dougal H. grist mill Nay A. shingle maker 

FREEDOM 

Is a small settlement of about 100 people, 30 miles north-west of 
Manti. 

Draper Henry, millwright Draper J. G. general mdse. 

GUNNISON, 

Having a population of 700, is 14 -miles south of Manti. The 
principal occupation of the people is farming ; but there are many 
resources for manufacturing in the vicinity, there being an abund- 
ance of kaolin, rock-salt, alum, gypsum, ochre, etc., close by. 
Water power, wood and coal are plentiful. In the settlement are 

Co-operative store, J. E. Met- Co-operative flour mill 
calf, superintendent Co-operative saw mill 

MORONI. 

This is an incorporated city, 40 miles north of Manti, near the 
dividing range that juts into Sanpete valley. It is in this vicinity 
that iron is so plentiful. 

Geo Dunford, tJtc popular Boot Fitter and Hatter. 



Wallin & PIckard carry fall Hues Trotting and Racing Goods 



Utah Directory Mount Pleasant. 373 



Mayor. Aaron Hardy. 

Councilors. James Cloward, C. Jensen, N. Christensen, A. L 

Jensen, Jabez Faux. 
Recorder. John H. Stott. 
Treasurer. Jens Jensen. 
Assessor and Collector. Lars J. Andersen. 
Marshal. P. Lauritzen. 
Justices. Joseph L. Jolley, Lars J. Andersen. 

MORONI BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Andersen L. J. jeweler Hardy Aaron, postmaster 

Christensen J. M. boot shop Jorgensen, sheep raiser 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse Kemp Charles millwright 

J. W. Irons, supt. Kump & Potter, wool dealers 

Co-op Threshing Co. Morley Isaac, builder 

Co-op Milling Co. Nielsen C. P. blacksmith 

Cook D. H. blacksmith Petersen P. carpenter 

Faux N. carpenter Walkey H. W. shoemaker 
Hansen H. stationer 

MOUNT PLEASANT, 

Twenty-two miles north of Manti, is one of the largest cities in 
Sanpete County. The number of inhabitants (officially obtained 
specially for this work) is 1,894. Mount Pleasant is a thrifty 
town with a number of fine buildings and is in the midst of a 
splendid farming district. 

Mayor. W. S. Seely. 

Councilors. Andrew Madsen, A. H. Bennett, Peter Morgan- 
sen, E. Clift, C. Lund. 
Recorder. J. D. Page. 
Treasurer. M. Madsen. 
Justices. W. F. Reynolds, John Tidweli, 
Assessor and Collector. R. McKelsen, 
Marshal. W. W. Branden. 
Constable. John Carter. 

MOUNT PLEASANT BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Andersen C. J. blacksmith Beauman A. J. J. furniture 

Bennett A. H. manufacturer dealer 

Bjelke Charles, shoemaker Bueman H. C. painter 

Feathers &. Pillows assort8d,Mirrors, Brackets dc Pictures, Barratt Bros 



First Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickani 



574 



Utah Directory Spring City. 



Presbyterian Church, J. D. 

McMillan, pastor 
Page Joseph, postmaster 
Rasmussen L. builder 
Reynolds Bros, grist mill 
Sanpete Co-op. Niels Nielsen, 

superintendent 
Stohl James, tinner 
Strom J. E. carpenter 
Wallace J. J. tannery 
Working-men's Boot and 

Shoe Shop, P. Nielsen, supt. 



Christiansen S. tailor 
Christiansen A. builder 
Christiansen E. tannery 
Clark Fred, painter 
Co-op Furniture factory, A. 

Madsen, superintendent 
Co-op steam saw mill, R. 

Frantzen, superintendent 
Day A. & Son, saw mill 
Fecher John F. & Co, grist 

mill 

Fredrickson P. blacksmith 
Jensen Christopher, carpenter 
rCnudsen John, tailor shop 
Matsen Peter, shoemaker 
McKlenahan & Co. grist mill 
Mount Pleasant Co-op, A. 

Madsen, superintendent 
Nielsen Soren P. general mdse 
Olsen S. & J. wagon makers 

SPRING CITY, 

Seventeen miles north from Manti, contains a population of prob- 
ably 1,000 souls. It has an excellent situation and contains some 
buildings having a fine appearance. The city officers are as 
follows : 

Mayor. C. G. Larsen. 

Councilors. L. Larsen, J. Lambert, J. Scofield, Thomas B. 
Allred, Henning Olsen. 

Recorder. John R. Baxter. 

Assessor and Collector. J. T. Ellis. 

Marshal. Joseph A. Allred. 

Surveyor. George* Brough. 

SPRING CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Z. C. M. INSTITUTION, 

Z3 BAITERS I1ST 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

ANDREW MADSEN^ Supt. 
MOUNT PLEASANT. - UTAH. 



Black James M. boot shop 

Brough George, notary pub- 
lic 

Co-operative Store, F. Olsen, 
superintendent 

Dounard George, paint shop 

Ellis John T. carpenter 



Ford Wm. blacksmith 
Johnson Jacob, attorney-at-law 
Nielsen N. P. general mdse 
Nielsen C. H. carpenter 
Nielsen J. blacksmith 
Puzey H. W. wagon maker 



The place for Hats. Cap* & Gloves, Ceo. Dun for I 



jCash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Piokard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Sevier County. 375 

WALES. 

This settlement, 9 miles west of Spring City, has a population 
of 400. There are in the vicinity some mines of vast extent con- 
taining a first-class quality of coal. 
Lester George, boot shop Wales Co-op store, gen. mdse 

SEVIER COUNTY. 

This county is bounded on the north by Sanpete county, on the 
west by Millard, on the south by Piute county and on the east by 
the State of Colorado. Although an attempt was made to settle 
Sevier in 1865-6, the Indians prevented its occupation until 1870. 
It has many advantages in its numerous resources, the vast 
ranges for stock, magnificent timber, arable valleys that are ab- 
undantly irrigated, enormous coal fields, large deposits of hem- 
atite iron, fire clays, etc. The rivers and lakes abound with trout 
and other fish. The eastern portion of Sevier county is com- 
paratively unknown, except that there is fine timber and range, 
with occasional arable valleys. The settlements are principally 
in the Sevier valley, with the river whose name it bears travers- 
ing its entire length. The'county seat is 

RICHFIELD. 

This town is about 175 miles south of Salt Lake City. 
Anderson W. general mdse Co-operative Store, L. P. Chris- 
Andersen N. general mdse tensen, superintendent 
Baker W. P. Justice of Peace Kelly B. builder 
Bean G. W. Probate Judge 

INVERARY. 

Hawley Joseph, stock dealer Stewart W. A. shoe maker 
Hooten Joseph, cabinet maker U. O. Store, general mdse 

GLENWOOD, 

A settlement 5 miles east of Richfield on the Sevier River. 

Acord V. S. stock dealer Nordfors A. blacksmith 

Co-operative Store, A. T. Old- Petersen P. C. stock dealer 

roye, superintendent Pierce Isaac W. postmaster 

Fairbanks C. stock dealer Sampson W. hotel 

Jackson Thomas, machinist Shaw A. general mdse 

Jackson John, cabinet maker Wall Joseph, flour mill 
Jakeman H. builder 

We pack Furniture to insure Safety and avoid Weight, Barratt Bros. 



Shoe Leather & findinf/tt, IF. L, Pickarrf, S. L. City. 



376 Utah Directory Summit County. 



MONROE, 

One of the principal settlements of Sevier County, is 16 miles 

south of Richfield. 

Anderton Bros, general mdse Magelby & Cooper, furniture 

Anderton Peter, liquor dealer Monroe' House, S. Simonson, 

Bates N. J. toys and stationary proprietor 

Bertelson A. & Sons, grist mill People's Store, S. Madsen, 

Co-operative Store, W. Jones, superintendent 

superintendent Simonsen S. wagons and imple- 
Tuft Hans, hotel and stabling ments 

Johnson M. postmaster Sorenson R. tin shop 

SALINA, 

Eighteen miles north-east of Richfield, is a small settlement of 

farmers. Near the town are immense deposits of rock-salt of 

excellent quality. 

Co-operative, store, J. F. Mar- Curtis Wm. H. hotel 

. tin, superintendent Olsen J. C. blacksmith 

Cram E. & Sons, salt mfgrs. 

SUMMIT COUNTY. 

This county, wild and mountainous in the extreme, is bounded 
on the north by Rich county and Wyoming territory, on the 
west by Morgan and Salt Lake counties, on the south by Wa- 
satch county and on the east by the State of Colorado. The 
summit of the Uintah range of mountains marks the southern 
boundary of the county, and these, with their tremendous peaks, 
occupy a great part of the area. Little of the country is sus- 
ceptible to cultivation, the altitude being high and the climate 
cold. But the timber of the Uintah region is of vast extent and 
of such quality as to render the lumber that is taken out, high- 
priced in the market. It is from Summit county, also, that the 
Salt Lake valley receives its principal supply of coal. A num- 
ber of mines have been open for many years and have been 
found of great breadth and thickness. Blue Ledge mining dis- 
trict is in Summit county and the wealth that has been extracted 
from its mines, has advanced every interest of the territory to a 
considerable degree. The principal mine, the Ontario, has a re- 

Htitndard flood* at Geo. Dunfora 9 ** Salt Lake Citt/. 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morrocos, //. L< Pickard, S. L, Csty 



Utah Directory Park City. 377 



cord unequalled in Utah for steady productiveness and is one of 
the few mines that can be relied upon with absolute security. 

COALVILLE, 

The county seat of Summit county, is on the Weber river, 42 
miles east of Salt Lake City. It has a population of nearly a 
thousand who are supported partly by agriculture but principally 
by the coal mines of the vicinity. 

Allen & Co, job printers Crismon & Co, coal miners 

Allen Thomas L. carpenter Farnsworth & Co, coal miners 
Andersen C. painter Gentry S. blacksmith 

Beard Thomas, florist and Muir & Co, mine owners 

seedsman Nichols VVm. carpenter 

Boy den John, postmaster Peterson G. H. wagon maker 
Callander C. shoemaker Spriggs John, coal miner 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse Staley & Co, lumber dealer 
Co-operative flour mill 

KAMAS. 

This is a thrifty settlement in Kamas Prairie, on the head waters 
of the Timpanagos, or Provo river. 

Carpenter John, shoemaker Leonard W. F. novelties 

Co-operative store, gen. mdse Mitchell B. T. & Sons, stone 
Evans H. harness shop cutters 

Lambert J. C. & Co. liquors Pack Bros & Co. gen. mdse 

Leonard G. B. physician & Thayne J. J. steam saw mill 

apothecary Williams S. shingles 

PARK CITY. 

This is one of the most prosperous mining camps of the ter- 
ritory. It is 35 miles south east from Salt Lake City and is sup- 
ported by the mines, principally the Ontario, of Blue Ledge Min- 
ing District. 

Anderson C. G. boots, shoes James J. G. & Co., gen. mdse 

Aschiem M. S. general mdse Lane J. R. saloon 

Bowman & Pape, saloon Moore F. R. saloon 

Brazier George, bakery Morrison & Co., saloon 

Byrne, shoemaker Oltenheimer W. general mdse 

Cupit & Brennan. saloon Simons L. hotel 

Hayt Bros, general mdse Snyder G. G. hotel 

Hayt F. W. postmaster Thiriot Bros, butchers 

llarratt Kro*. 9 furniture & House Goods, S. L. City 

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Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, Waflin & Pickard, Salt Lake City- 

378 Utah Directory Tooele County. 

PARLEY'S PARK, 

A farming district about 27 miles east of Salt Lake City. 

Gibson William, saw mill Kimball W. hotel, stage line 

Harper C. A. produce Pace & Atkinson, gen, m'dse 

WANSHIP, 

A few miles south of Coalville, on the Weber river, is a thrifty 
farming settlement of 800 population. 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse Pendleton & Williams, black- 
Frazier M. hotel smiths 

Horton E. blacksmith Ramsdell & Co, saw mill 

Nixon S. general mdse Reynolds Win. genl. mdse 

Nixon T, S. wheelwright Young E. R. general mdse 

TOOELE COUNTY 

Is bounded on the north by Box Elder county, on the west by 
the State of Nevada, on the south by Juab county, and on the 
east by Utah and Salt Lake counties and by the Great Salt Lake 
making it one of the largest counties of the Territory. Its prin- 
cipal resources at present are in agriculture and stock raising, 
although in years past it has been the seat of active mining in- 
dustries. These interests, however, are now almost at a stand- 
still in consequence of the low price of lead. In Tooele County 
are situated the once-famous mining camps of Stockton, Rush 
Lake, Ophir, Jacob City and Camp Floyd. Tooele City is the 
county seat ; and in addition are the following towns and settle- 
ments: Grantsville, E. T. City, Pine Canyon, St. John's, Centre- 
ville, Vernon, Quincy and Deep Creek. The population of the 
county is about 4,500. Following are the county officers '< 

Probate Judge. H. S. Gowans. 
County Clerk. F. M. Lyman. 
Sheriff John Pickett. 
Recorder. F. M. Lyman. 
Treasurer. Thomas Atkins Jr. 
Assessor and Collector. W. R. Judd, 
Coroner. John Gillespie. 
Prosecuting Attorney. L. L. Gee. 



Geo. Dunford, Boots, Shoes < Fffit*. Salt Lake 



fit-si Team Harness made foy Wallin & Pickard, Salt Lake City. 

Utah Directory Tooele. 379 

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Superintendent District Schools. J. R. Clark. 

Selectmen. E. C. Chase, S. W. Wooley and D. H. Caldwell. 
TOOELE CITY, 

The county seat, is a handsome, well built city, containing an in- 
dustrious and thriving population of nearly 2,000. It is well laid 
out with broad, well shaded streets and has many substantial 
buildings. It is noted for its fin 2 fruits and vegetables. It was 
incorporated January I3th, 1853, and is 30 miles west of Salt 
Lake City. Following are the city officers: 

Mayor. Robert Skelton. 

Aldermen. William H. Lee, James Dunn. 

Councilors. George Craner, Thos Atkin Jr. Mathias Nelson. 

Recorder. John Dunn. 

Treasurer. Thomas Atkin Jr. 

Marshal. Thomas Tanner Jr. 

Assessor and Collector. H. S. Gowans. 

TOOELE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Atkin G. supt. Co-operative Dodds Dr. U. B. physician 

Store England John, supt. Co-op 

Burmester Theodore, at- shoe shops 

torney-at-law Haynes Harry B. salesman 

Broad Edwin, steam saw Hammerlund T. J. attorney-at- 

mill law 

Co-operative Store, genl. Nelson M. hotel 

merchandise Rowberry W. C. & Co, 

Co-operative Shoe Shops, blacksmiths 

Cooper John, tin smith Tuttle N R. milling and build- 

Dnnyan Newton, general ing 

mdse, grain and wagons 

CENTRE 

Is situated about the centre of the county, being 22 miles south 
of Tooele city. The residents are few. 

Ajax Wm. general merchandise and postmaster. j 

E. T. CITY, 

A farming village six miles north of Tooele, has between two 
and three hundred inhabitants. 

Barratt Bros, FUBNITOflE, Salt Lake City Send for Price List 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness, Wallin A'P:clnrl, s. L 

380 Utah Directory Grantsville. 

Chapman William, liquors Rodeback E. H. flour mill 

Co-op grist mill, A. Hale, supt Tooele County Tannery, Thos. 
Moss W. F. general mdse Lees, superintendent 



Is the largest town in the county, having a population of over 
2,000. It is pleasantly situaied on the shores of Great Salt Lake 
and is considered one of the best fruit and vegetable districts of 
the county, besides being a fine farming and stock raising region. 
It was incorporated January I2th, 1867, and is 12 miles north- 
west of Tooele City. Following are the municipal officers: 

Mayor. W. R. Judd. 

Aldermen. S. W. Wooley, C. W. Bates, W. C. Martindale. 

Councilors. James Wrathall, A. G. Johnson, James Ratcliff 

Thomas Orr, Claus Karlson. 
Marshal A. H. Hale. 
Assessor and Collector. S. W. Wooley. 
Recorder. A. Fawson. 

GRANTSVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bolinda J. blacksmith Judd W. R. assessor and 

Co-operative Store, genl. collector and mayor 

mdse Lynne J. P. cabinet make;- 

Green W. H. supt. Co-op shoe Olsen C. W. blacksmith 

shop Orr Robert & Co, genl. mdse 

Hale Alma H. director Co-op Rydalch Wm. C. president 

Store Co-op Institution 

Johnson Bros, contractors and Worthington S. S. stock raiser 

builders Wooley S. W. stock raiser 

Ratcliffe J. blacksmith 

JACOB CITY. 

This once prosperous camp has become almost a thing of the 
past. The only remaining business men are : 

Broom Joseph, saloon Lusk Hyrum, general mdse 

OPHIR, 

Situated in East Canyon, was once a busy mining camp but is 
now almost deserted. 

Wholesale and Retail Boots, Shoes and Hats, Geo. Du ford, 



Rubber & Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Wallin <& Plckard'a 

Utah Directory Stockton. 381 



Bennett G. A. butcher Lawrence J. D. liquors 

Duke John, hotel Tolman J. H. carpenter 

Lawrence Bros. & Co. general Wylie E. saloon 

mdse. and liquors Wolcott J. H. postmaster 

RUSH LAKE, 

A small camp at the mouth of East Canyon has been kept up 
principally by smelting works. 

Chicago Smelter Biddlecome Jos. general mdse 

Bracken & Young, general Broughton James, hotel 

mdse, liquors and butcher Prosser Henry, liquors 

shop Olsen E. blacksmith 

ST. JOHN 
Is 15 miles south-west of Tooele City. 

Anderson Charles, shoemaker Greene R. W. rope mfgr. 

Burridge G-. W. postmaster Jordan James, stock raiser 

CaldwellD. H. stock raiser Mclntosh W. wagon maker 

Co-operative Store, genl. mdse Reese George, blacksmith 

STOCKTON 

Is 6 miles south of Tooele City. At this point is situated the 
Waterman Smelter, owned by Isaac Waterman, superintended by 
George L. Ayers; also the Jacob Smelter, owned by Lilley & 
Co., A. C. Connor, resident agent.' Stockton was once a lively 
mining camp but is now very quiet. There are still several valu- 
able mining properties in the vicinity, the principal being the 
"Great Basin," owned by General P. E. Connor, leased by Jas. 
De Courcey ; the "National," Cleveland Co., W. A. Pratt supt. ; 
'Old Silver King," Chicago Co. ;"Maybell," "Southport," "Quan- 
dary" and "Catharinr." About i% miles from Stockton is situ- 
ated Marti nsville, the terminus of the noted Gisborn toll road. 

STOCKTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bethune Lawrence, notary Brown J. G. recorder and notary 

public public 

Benetes L. general mdse Bennett G. butcher 

Brown L. D. & Son, genl. Enreka Hotel, J. De Cour- 

mdse cey 

Furniture, Staple and Fancy, S. U, & K. D, Barratt Bros. S. L. City 



California Lasso Saddles WaUin & Piekard, Salt Lake City. 



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Hiss Fred, boots and shoes Stockton House, E. C. Chase 

Plume D. J. drugs and post of- Spaulding J. H. constable and 

fice sheriff 

Slater Thomas, stock raiser Ward D. R. billiards and saloon 
Sherman E. L. blacksmith 

.VERNON, 

Forty miles south of Tooele City, is on the main road south. 
Sharp Adam, general merchandise. 

WASATCH COUNTY. 

This county has a population of about 4,000 people. It is 
bounded on the east by Colorado, on the west by Utah County, 
on the north by Summit County and on the south by Sanpete 
County. At least one-half of the county is occupied by the 
Uintah Indian Reservation, which covers the central portion for 
an area of over 3,000 square miles. In the reservation is some 
of the most pleasing country that Utah possesses, it being a 
series of. valleys, well watered and timbered, with abundant game 
and splendid range. The portion of the county that is occupied 
by white people is Provo Valley, twenty by ten miles, through 
which the Timpanagos flows. Provo Valley is a natural curiosity 
from its number of hot wells. These odd formations, known in 
the neighborhood as "The Pots," number forty or fifty and are 
scattered across the valley from Midway to Heber. They are 
springs of hot water so charged with lime in solution that, on 
reaching the surface and cooling, the lime is precipitated on the 
edges of the basin in a hard concretionary limestone or travertine. 
As this material has formed a rim, the water has risen until many 
of these "pots" are from sixty to a hundred feet in height. The 
waters from these springs have overflowed the surrounding lands 
and coated them with a solid floor of travertine from six inches 
to many feet in thickness. In the vicinity are some promising 
indications of gold, silver and lead mines; and a fine quarry of 
white marble has been recently opened. 

HEBER. 
This town is the largest in Provo Valley and is peopled by a 

Look for Name, OEO. DUNFORI), Salt L J lc iity 



Wallln & Plckard cam fall lines Trotting and Racing Good* 

Utah Directory Midway and Wallsburgh. 383 



thrifty and industrious community. The population is about 
t,ooo. It is not incorporated, 

Alexander H. J & Co, general Giles George, blacksmith 

mdse Jeffs M. general mdse 

Anderson J. builder McMillen D. blacksmith 

Anderson A. blacksmith McMillin W. blacksmith 

Blackly George, carpenter McMullin A. E. general mdse 

Co-operative Store; A. Hatch, McMullin H. postmaster 

superintendent Shelton M. J. notary public 

Crabbe Wm. architect Shelton Charles, recorder 

CHARLESTON 

Is a small farming settlement on Provo river, a few miles south 
of Heber City. 

Co-operative Store, N, C Mur~ Noakes G. W. mfgr. wash boards 

dock, superintendent Noakes George, gunsmith 

Murdock N* C. postmaster 

MIDWAY, 

Sometimes known as "Snake Creek," is 5 miles due west of Heber 
in the midst of the travertine region mentioned in the sketch of 
Wasatch County. The district is fertile, well watered, and is fav- 
ored with good pasture land. 

Alexander A. J. Justice Peace Co-operative Store. D. Van 
Blood M. planing mill and cab- Wagonen, superintendent 

inet shop McCarrol Joseph, lumber mill 

Bonner & Bros, grist mill Van Wagonen D. lumber 

mill and postmaster 

WALLSBURGH. 

This burg, situated at the point where Hobble Creek and 
Round Valley canyons enter the southern end of Provo Valley, 
is a promising little settlement of active citizens. 

Co-operative Store, R.C. Kamp, Nuttall Win. E. furniture 

superintendent m % r - lumber, lath and picket 

Boren Wm. J. shingle maker mill 

Kerby Francis, painter Wheeler James M. shingle 

maker 



feathers & Pillows assorted, Mirrors, Brackets & Pictures ? Barratt Bros 



first Prizes awarded by Territorial Fair, 1878, Wallin & Pickard 



384 Utah Directory Washington County. 



WASHINGTON COUNT V, 

This county, being located in the extreme south-western cor- 
ner of the territory, is bounded on the east by Kane County, on 
the west by the State of Nevada, on the north by Iron County 
and on the south by Arizona Territory. It has an area of 2,000 
miles, much of which is incapable of cultivation on account of 
the volcanic and alkaline character of the lands. In the river 
bottoms of the Virgen and Santa Clara rivers, however, there are 
tracts of farming land that are extremely productive and which f 
from the warmth of the climate, yield fruits and plants of a semi- 
tropical nature. These include tobacco, rice, cotton, grapes, ban- 
anas, oranges, figs, lemons, pomegranates, almonds, etc. The 
county contains but little timber land, the climate being too warm 
for pineries, except in the very highest mountains. The popula- 
tion of the county is about 7,000 and the property valuation 
about three quarters of a million dollars. Following are the 
county officers : 

Probate Judge. J. M. McFarlane. 

Selectmen. H. W. Miller, N. Ashbey, T. J. Jones. 

Clerk and Recorder. A. P. Whitehead. 

Assessor and Collector. E. W. Snow. 

Treasurer. R. Bently. 

Sheriff. P. Hardy. 

Superintendent District Schools. M. P. Romney. 

ST. GEORGE, 

The county seat of Washington County, is 340 miles south-west 
jof Salt Lake City. It is located on the west bank of the Rio 
Virgen, a few miles above its junction with the Santa Clara. It 
contains some fine buildings, notably the Temple, the only edifice 
of that nature that has yet been completed in the territory. It is 
built of black volcanic rock which has been plastered to a daz- 
zling white and presents a splendid appearance on its elevated 
situation. There is also a fine Tabernacle, built of red sandstone- 

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ST. GEORGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Adams S. L. blacksmith Ladies' Co-op store, gen mdse 

Bently B. gen. mdse. MacFarlane John M. surveyor 

Blake B. F. furniture Pymm J. postmaster 

Burt W. plasterer . Romney M. P. carpenter and 

Co op. store, general mdse builder 

Cox I. wheelwright Whitehead A. R. county clerk 

Hardy A. P. sheriff and recorder 

Johnson J. E. drugs & nursery 

HEBRON 

Is a small settlement three miles south of* St. George on the Vir- 
gen river. 

Co-op. Store general mdse. Pulsipher W. stock raiser 
Hunt A. dairyman Pulsipher J. dairyman 

Huntsman H. R. carpenter Tyler D. M. Justice of Peace 

PINE VALLEY. 

This is one of the most productive settlements of the county. 
The farming land is good and the range of considerable extent; 
while the cedars and pines of the vicinity furnish most of the 
lumber for the other settlements of Washington County. 

Barney & Brown, saw mill Hancock Cyrus, gen. mdse 

Burgess Bros, lumber mill Renchor Umsted, stock raiser 

Fordham J. E. cabinet maker Utley G. M. blacksmith 

Gardner John A. saw mill Whipple Eli, saw mill 

SILVER REEF. 

This is the famous mining camp of Southern Utah. It is in 
the heart of the wonderful sandstone region whose richness in 
silver has puzzled the best of students in mineralogy. The town 
is considered a model mining camp. It is well located and 
watered and although it has suffered from recent conflagrations 
is being rebuilt in an energetic and substantial manner that speaks 
well for the faith of its citizens in the permanency of the mines. 
The town has its newspaper, the Miner, edited by Mr. Ed. Pike, 
a school, Catholic church, Mason's and Odd Fellow's lodges and 
a hospital. The population is about 1,000, nearly all miners, who 



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offer a good market for the surrounding agricultural towns. The 
hotel owned by Mr. P. Harrison is one of the best in Southern 
Utah. The mining interests are large and encouraging. The 
principal companies are the Christy, which owns three of the 
best properties of the district and a 5 stamp mill crushing and 
working daily 43 tons of $35 ore; the Stormont Co., owning the 
Last Chance mine and the Stormont mine and mill, the monthly 
product of the latter being upwards of $50,000; and the Leeds 
Co., who own the famous Leeds mine and have been running a 
ten stamp mill in connection therewith. There are many other 
smaller companies and from the inexhaustible richness of the 
mines they control, their operations are exceedingly profitable. 

SILVER REEF BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Armond J. livery stable 
Barbee & Van Hagen, office 
Birch J. & Co, general mdse 
Breiger P. L. green grocer 
Byrnes Wm. shoemaker 
Cassidy P. saloon 
Christy Mining Co. 
Cooper Dr. physician 
Cronin & Co, assayers 
Dugery Kate, restaurant 
Ferdonsky I. saloon 
Friedman S. J. dry goods 
Grams Mrs. resturant 
Greenbaum S. general mdse 
Halpin J. J. hardware and 

tinware 

Hanrihan Mr. resturant 
Harrison House, P. Har- 
rison, proprietor 



Heitzelman & Poujade, general 

merchandise 

Hibish Joseph, barber shop 
Jacobs & Sultan, general mdse 
Leeds Banking Co., John H. 

Rice, cashier 

Liddle Bros, general mdse 
Lusk & Co, butchers 
McManns & Head, genl. mdse 
Miller George, saloon 
Philips Judge, Justice of Peace 
Rogers & Rickards, sta- 
tionery and notions 
Siegel & Marks, genl. mdse 
St. Clair George, baker 
Stormont Co. mill owners 
Wagner J. drugs 
Weist Harry, barber 
Westover C. butcher shop 
Woolf & Jordan, general mdse 



Standard Goods at Geo. Dunford's, Salt Lake City. 



The best, most stylish and largest assortment of Dry Goods, 

Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, Hosiery, Dress Patterns and 

Millinery articles in Southern Utah. SILVER REEF. 



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